A Wolverhampton flooring retailer which continued to operate during the lockdown has been fined £1,000.
The National Bed Federation has reconfirmed plans to go ahead with the 2021 Bed Show at Telford International Centre on 21-22 September.
Homeware retailers in Scotland will be allowed to continue to operate click and collect service under new lockdown rules coming into force on Saturday, but changes will have to be made.
Oak Furnitureland has named former Sainsbury’s chief executive Mike Coupe as chairman.
Design trend, global trade, entire supply chain is the new theme through which CIFF Guangzhou is repositioning itself to aid the sector’s development in the context of the global pandemic.
Just over half of Ponden Home’s stores could re-open after it and sister brands were bought out of administration.
Bed company Mammoth has extended its exclusive agreement as official mattress and pillow supplier of Tottenham Hotspur.
The January Furniture Show organiser has abandoned its efforts to hold the show in April, instead reverting to its traditional January date next year.
Loaf has appointed a former senior John Lewis executive as operations director.
Almost a year after agreeing the partnership, lifestyle brand Diesel Living has released the first designs in the Diesel Living with Lodes lighting collection.
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