Companies now have less than three weeks to enter the Carpet Recycling UK Awards 2019
Confidence among UK consumers edged up in May, but is still lower than a year earlier.
Catherine Aitken, Nathan Philipott and Jemma Ooi have shared this year’s Jonathan Hindle Prize, selected from the 2019 Design Guild Mark recipients.
The Furniture Makers’ Company has launched a campaign, One Step at a Time, challenging companies in the furnishing sector to raise awareness of the charity’s welfare support.
Ikea is to launch an augmented reality app that will allow shoppers to see how its products look in their home before buying them.
Timorous Beasties has launched its retail showroom, in Islington, London.
Carpetright has opened its first concession within a Furniture Village store.
John Lewis saw an almost double-digit rise in upholstery sales in the past week, but it wasn’t enough to prevent a major drop in home sales.
The BFM is to switch to remote working and close its Long Eaton office.
Design Holding has recruited former Bose executive Roberta Silva to head its lighting subsidiary Flos.
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