Hampshire flooring and furniture retailer Habels is to close one of its stores after falling footfall.
More retailers are interested in recycling carpet in response to rising requests from consumers for responsible disposal solutions to their end-of-life carpets and installation off-cuts.
Outdoor furniture helped John Lewis increase weekly sales yet again, with sales of £64.97m.
Flooring and tile chain Topps Tiles has seen sales slip in recent weeks while it looks for £2m of cost savings.
European furniture and flooring producers are among importers buying more American hardwood timber, after a major drop in demand last year.
The Manchester Furniture Show is heading towards another sell out, with a clutch of companies confirming their participation.
Interiors chain Dwell has appointed advisors to decide its future, including a sale of the business.
Department store chain House of Fraser is increasingly seeing its customers shop online.
The average UK household saw discretionary income fall for the second successive month in April.
Kitchens provided one bright spot for B&Q in the past quarter as the cold weather hit footfall.
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