Furniture News: Contemporary & Classic Furniture Trade Magazine UK

  • Panacea aims to “shake up the market”

    Panacea aims to “shake up the market”

    January saw the return of the Diamond upholstery brand, as Panacea brought a wealth of leather models to the UK, supported by a persuasive proposition – the delivery of said models directly to the consumer from its warehouses in Billericay and Wednesbury

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  • In Design: Burr oak console table, David Wilson

    In Design: Burr oak console table, David Wilson

    David Wilson, who launched his furniture design and manufacturing company Dovetailors in 2004, applies a clean-lined engineering approach to his designs, with a focus on well-crafted furniture that is functional as well as striking

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  • In Design: The Great Migration, Augusta Akerman

    In Design: The Great Migration, Augusta Akerman

    Freelance illustrator and surface pattern designer Augusta Akerman came up with the idea for her design The Great Migration whilst watching the BBC series Nature’s Greatest Events, and it was exhibited as a wallpaper at last year’s New Designers One Year On exhibition

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  • James Dunne, Prestige Beds

    James Dunne, Prestige Beds

    Prestige Beds – encompassing Bold Street Beds, acquired by the business in 2010 – was established in 1959 in Blackburn, and offers a wide range of mattresses, divans and adjustable beds to suit all budgets. Victoria Noakes spoke to marketing and IT manager James Dunne to find out more

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  • Mark Godsell-Fletcher, Eat Sleep Live

    Mark Godsell-Fletcher, Eat Sleep Live

    Founded in 2004, unique furniture retailer Eat Sleep Live offers handmade British reclaimed wood products from its showroom in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter. Victoria Noakes spoke to founder and designer Mark Godsell-Fletcher to find out more

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  • Sainsbury's set to become UK's largest non-food retailer

    Sainsbury's set to become UK's largest non-food retailer

    J Sainsbury's plc's offer of £1.3b for Home Retail Group would see the business become the UK's largest non-food retailer

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