German kitchen giant Häcker Kitchens has made the largest investment in its history buying two plots of land to allow the €512m company to expand.
Geoff Wilding, Victoria executive chairman has today raised almost £20m from selling shares in the flooring group.
Carpet tile manufacturer Interface has entered the LVT market, with the 28-strong Level Set collection.
Stuart Page has returned to Dreamworks Beds as its new sales director.
Carpetright shares are continuing to fluctuate in value after plunging on news of a slowdown in sales growth and a lowering of profit expectations.
National Museums Scotland has acquired a rare example of furniture designed by Sir Basil Spence, one of the leading British architects of the 20th century, and manufactured by Morris Furniture around 1949.
Silentnight Group has become the latest manufacturer to join the BFM.
For the first time since it introduced it in 1978, luxury bed manufacturer Hästens has reimagined its signature blue check fabric with the new Appaloosa and Marwari beds, both of which use the construction of the Hästens 2000T bed.
Interiors retailer Holloways of Ludlow has opened its second Holloways of Ludlow HOME store: at the original Ludlow site that first opened its doors as a family architectural salvage business in 1985.
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