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The Furniture Makers’ Company, the City of London livery company and charity for the furnishing industry, is reaching out to companies with employees whose welfare is affected by the spread of coronavirus to direct them to the charity for support.
DFS continues to take orders online but has halted its UK manufacturing and deliveries.
Carpetright is to close its high street stores later on Monday.
Home furnishing retailer Remnant Kings has gone into administration as conoravirus fears hit sales in recent weeks.
ScS, Dunelm, Next and Tapi are among the major interiors retailers to announce they have closed stores in the face of the coronavirus outbreak.
Laura Ashley is to appoint PwC as administrator later today and close almost half if its UK stores.
The BFM has called on members to tell it the key issues affecting their businesses during the coronavirus outbreak so it can tell the government.
Flooring chain Tapi is continuing with its home customer visits and keeping its stores open.
John Lewis is to close its 50 department stores in the face of coronavirus later on Monday.
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