Bed chain Dreams is to invest £3m in its latest Replace Every Eight advertising campaign, including TV, radio, national Press, social channels, and video on demand.
While Glastonbury is more associated with mud, which more than 100,000 revellers are again having to deal with at this year’s music festival, those who opted for a more upmarket choice of accommodation are seeing new upholstery.
John Lewis is to sell sofas and footstools designed by rival retailer Loaf.
British Wool has introduced a new content label as part of a overhaul of its product labelling.
Retailers face higher import costs after the pound dropped after a divided Britain voted to leave the EU.
Heico Fasteners as been awarded the FIRA Gold product certification for its non-rust range of Blacquer Zig-Zag springs.
Consumers should re-evaluate what they think about the cost of a bed, with it being much cheaper than many everyday purchases, according to one manufacturer.
United Carpets has promoted Paul Newton, operations director to the board.
Debenhams is to look to boost its furniture offer after warning of lower sales and flat profits.
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