It all started in 1957 in a small picturesque village in the wider region of Kalavrita, Klitoria, where Panagiotis Mitropoulos together with the young (at that time) Vassilis Mitropoulos, decide to make their first steps in the field of highly aesthetic and classical handmade walnut furniture, establishing the company Casa Di Noce.
Even from the first steps of its operation, Casa Di Noce, having the hands of its carpenters and traditional woodcarving techniques as the most important of its tools, stands out for the traditional, detailed and unrivalled quality of its furniture made of solid walnut of Greek origin.
The next major milestone in the company’s history comes after a few years, with the creation of the wood cutting factory in Ascoli Piceno area of central Italy. A move that aimed to distinguish Casa Di Noce from domestic competition, introducing the high-quality woodworking and design patterns of Italian furniture to the Greek market.
In the present day, Casa Di Noce operates a wood cutting factory in central Italy, a private showroom in Glyfada (Greece) and a ten-acre warehouse in the Paiania region (Greece), and consistently participates in all major furniture exhibitions around the world.