Topps Tiles has said that sales have fallen since the general election was called.
ScS has warned that orders have continued to fall, although the rate has slowed.
Marks & Spencer is to have a new head of clothing and home, with Richard Price returning to the chain.
The Carpet Foundation has negotiated its second members deal, this time covering estimating software.
John Lewis saw sales plunge in the past week as shoppers waited for Black Friday.
Tempur Sealy has hired marketing and management company IMG as its licensing representative for the group’s brands as it looks to move into a wider range of branded products.
Upholstery retailer Arlo & Jacob is to open its fifth store in January: its fourth in the past 18 months.
London kitchen, bedroom and bathroom retailer Day True has opened its third store.
The Unite union has called strike action at Westex Carpets.
Home sales rose at John Lewis in the past week, but overall sales dropped.
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