The December 2014 issue of Interiors Monthly looks at Tesco's spring/summer furniture and homewares collection; reports on the year's bestselling carpets and how one manufacturer is investing in the future; examines a marketing initiative and higher buying group membership; reports of Paul De Cock's vision of LVT's future; looks at how bed technology is shaping the upholstery sector; reports on how the Sleep Council Sales Academy is progressing; previews the January Furniture Show, Domotex, IMM Cologne, Heimtextil, Home, Top Drawer and Craft; reviews the Brussels Furniture Fair; plus the latest new products, industry news and comment.
A memorial service is to be held to celebrate the life of John MacKenzie, former NBF President and md of Sealy, Slumberland and Sleepeezee in Febuary.
The Spring Floorcoverings Exhibition has been postponed until 2016 year.
Lano has reached agreement with rival McThree to buy its Bajong Carpets subsidiary.
Retail sales grew by the fastest rate for more than a decade in November, helped by online growth fuelled by Black Friday.
Carpetright is to follow the example of ScS and offer customers interest free credit.
A strong performance from its home offer and At Home stores helped John Lewis to a double-digit sales rise in the past week.
Consumers have been warned to that some special offers in the winter furniture sales may not be so special.
Flooring giant Armstrong World Industries has pulled out of the European flooring market after deciding it could no longer fund the loss making operations.
Silentnight and Sealy have picked up awards for their branding and quality.
- Leekes sees profits leap
- NDB secures first commercial tie-up
- Ulster revamps its online presence
- Dreams to spend £6m on Christmas push
- Harris continues Carpetright sell-off