Half of John Lewis’s store closures will be At Home stores.
Poltrona Frau and Cappellini owner Lifestyle Group has added Luxury Living Group to its portfolio.
Mattress in a box retailer Emma has significantly cut the price of its Original mattress and revamped its product offer after more than doubling UK sales in the first half of the year.
The National Bed Federation has launched a marketing scheme to promote the benefits of buying approved British-made beds to consumers.
Brintons Carpets has proposed plans to stop dyeing yarn at its site in Kidderminster, with the loss of 25 jobs.
Flooring retailer Factory Direct Flooring saw 40% increase of online orders during lockdown as consumers opted for low cost laminate they could fit themselves.
Exhibition organiser Hyve has taken the decision to cancel September’s Autumn Fair.
Laminate flooring and carpet are the two flooring products most searched for online by shoppers.
The Malaysian International Furniture Fair is to launch an online version of the show next month.
Sharon White, John Lewis partnership chairman has warned that not all of its stores will re-open and staff will know which ones will remain closed by mid-July.
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