Retailers have been urged to encourage shoppers to buy British-made beds as they are ‘the best’ and ‘among the safest in the world’.
Which? has named four mattresses as new Best Buys in its latest appraisal of the sector, with all scoring 70% or above.
Upholstery manufacturer Tetrad has been bought by Westbridge parent Belfield Group.
Sales in John Lewis’s three buying groups all saw growth in the past week, helped by a near double-digiit furniture and flooring increase and strong online sales.
London Fabric organiser BFM has confirmed the dates for next February’s exhibition.
Flooring distributor Headlam saw increased UK residential sales in the past six months, and lifted margins.
Harveys has launched a TV advertising campaign for its Sofas By You upholstery, with more than 1,300 commercials.
The Furniture Makers’ Company, the furnishing industry’s charity, has made two key appointments to grow the organisation’s presence in the north of England and raise vital funds for the charity.
Strong furniture and flooring sales helped John Lewis to a major turnaround in home sales in the past week.
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