John Lewis saw home sales rise in the past week.
Luxury British lighting manufacturer Bert Frank has opened a London showroom.
John Lewis has named Sharon White, Ofcom chief executive as its new chairman.
Even though customers responded well to recent carpet sales at John Lewis, Home sales are still decreasing for the year.
Silentnight Group has named former Farrow & Ball chief commercial officer Neil Anderson to head the bed manufacturer, succeeding outgoing md Steve Freeman.
Total retail sales were down 2.7%, the largest decline on record, according to the BRC-KPMG Retail Sales Monitor.
Upholstery manufacturer Alexander & James has recruited Halo’s former head of global sales to grow its export operations.
Footfall dropped by its largest level in six years in May.
In August 2019, Bristol's Cribbs Causway will be home to a new showroom for Loaf’s signature sofas, beds, handmade furniture and latest laid-back wares.
Furniture retailer Oak Furnitureland has become the latest retailer to launch a range of own-label roll-up mattresses.
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