Most Popular News Articles en CSL breaks £100m barrier and rebrands as Sofaworks Sofa giant CSL has completed a rebrand to Sofaworks as it reveals it is on target to reach sales of £100m for the first time. Wed, 18 Dec 2013 16:31:30 +0000 Paul Farley 1623 at Copyright changes set to impact replica market sooner than expected An EU ruling extending copyright from 25 to 70 years after the designer's death is set to be fast-tracked to April 28th of this year, promising a substantial impact on the replica furniture market Tue, 16 Feb 2016 10:19:44 +0000 Paul Farley 4243 at NBF issues first mattress recycling report The National Bed Federation (NBF) has published its first End of Life Report for Mattresses. Produced on behalf of the NBF by Oakdene Hollins, a specialist in research and consultancy in the field of recycling and end of life (EOL), the report sets out to quantify and assess the current state of recovery of EOL mattresses for recycling.? Thu, 07 May 2015 10:42:26 +0000 Paul Farley 3258 at Paul Simon closures announced The joint administrators to Paul Simon (London) Ltd announced last Friday that, following an initial review of the business’ financial position, they plan to close 17 of the 50 outlets over the next two weeks. The stores to be closed are loss making. A sale will begin in these stores with large discounts on all goods. On 4th April, 28 members of staff were made redundant in the head office, warehouse and factory. The affected stores employ 137 members of staff, with redundancies to be announced in the next two weeks. Fri, 11 Apr 2014 09:15:57 +0000 Paul Farley 1946 at Furniture retailers implicated in BBC's fire regulation investigation In yesterday's BBC consumer affairs programme, Fake Britain, several leading furniture and bed retailers were involved in an investigation into product compliance with the UK's stringent fire safety regulations for furniture. Products bought from furniture chains including Harveys, SCS, Argos and Homebase, as well as online from Amazon and Tesco Direct, failed to meet these standards, and were therefore shown as illegal. Tue, 14 Jan 2014 16:21:13 +0000 Victoria Noakes 1685 at Ikea presents the furniture catalogue of the future Ikea has published a short promotional film for its 2014 catalogue, outlining the process behind its new visualisation app. Using augmented reality (AR), the user can place virtual furniture into their own home to see how it will look, and if it will fit. Wed, 07 Aug 2013 09:54:04 +0000 Paul Farley 1222 at Mattress replacement cycle shortening, says NBF The latest consumer research by the National Bed Federation (NBF) has revealed that consumers are replacing their mattresses more rapidly. The research, which is undertaken twice a year, found that three quarters of people (75%) replace their bed at least every 10 years, with the mean replacement being every 6.9 years. This is down from a mean of 7.2 years in 2018, 7.4 in 2017 and 7.9 in 2016. Wed, 03 Apr 2019 09:31:55 +0000 Paul Farley 7071 at The Furniture Makers’ Company opens Sustainability Award The Furniture Makers’ Company, the furnishing industry’s charity, is calling for entries for its prestigious Sustainability Award.? Now in its sixth year, the Sustainability Award recognises improvements in sustainability in relation to manufacturing of furniture, beds and bedding, flooring and furnishings.? Mon, 19 Jun 2017 07:10:40 +0000 Victoria Noakes 5666 at DFS founder launches new retailer Fabb Sofas On 15th October, DFS founder Lord Kirkham's new retail brand, Fabb Sofas, opened its first store – on Southampton's Hedge End Retail Park – as well as its new website. According to the Fabb Sofas website, others will follow, in Croydon, Watford, Orpington, Nottingham and Edinburgh. The Fabb Projects Ltd board comprises a number of executives who formerly worked with Lord Kirkham at DFS. Tue, 18 Oct 2016 08:02:20 +0000 Paul Farley 5076 at FIRA offers guide to changing upholstery flammability regulations The Government has restarted the consultation into a potential revision of the fire safety regulations for upholstered furniture. FIRA is currently analysing the proposals, and will be arranging workshops to discuss this further and to define the Furniture Industry Research Association’s response to the proposals. The plan is to remove the 1988 Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations and replace them with an updated version - the 2016 Furniture and Furnishings (Fire Safety) Regulations.? Fri, 23 Sep 2016 08:13:34 +0000 Paul Farley 4974 at 日本写真集/无码中文资源在线播放/anquye/最全的欧美大片