Samson Holding is to exit the UK branded furniture market after a decade, putting Willis & Gambier up for sale and blaming Brexit.
Clarke & Clarke unveiled seven collections at the show.
Harlequin’s Atelier is a collection of eight prints, four weaves and one embroidery inspired by the techniques used in mid-century pottery studios.
The first full week of John Lewis’s winter sale saw sales jump.
Belgian linen company Libeco had a trio of product focuses.
Follman and other companies’ Wallpaper Competence network opted for a geometric trend for its 2019/2020 wallpaper calendar.
Galley Direct has moved to strengthen its position by acquiring a leading accessories, gifts and furniture wholesaler.
Ordorite to launch Grow Hub at January Furniture Show.
Dunelm enjoyed a better than forecast run-up to Christmas, but has delayed the relaunch of its website.
Nick Coburn, Ulster Carpets Group md and deputy chairman was recognised in the New Year Honours List.
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