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Daily Mail

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Carpets are back and they're more flamboyant than ever!
Daily Mail
At one time, 'fitted carpets throughout' was such a selling point that it would be trumpeted in estate agents' descriptions of their smarter properties. Deep, thick piles were favoured in boudoir-style bedrooms and some homeowners went so far as to ...

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Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia designs modular office furniture
Dezeen
Joe Gebbia, who co-founded home rental website Airbnb, has designed a range of adaptable, modular office furniture for American brand Bernhardt Design.
joe gebbia discusses his LEGO-like 'neighborhood' furniture for bernhardtDesignboom

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Financial Times

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Brazilian designer whose knitted furniture is striking a cord
Financial Times
In a quiet street in Porto Alegre, a wealthy and cosmopolitan city in the far south of Brazil where five rivers combine, Nicole Tomazi weaves colourful cords in a bright workshop carved from a 1940s house. She shares it with two other designers. On the ...

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"Smart furniture" creates valuable storage space in 25-square-metre flat by Naimi Architecture
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A piece of furniture that combines a bed, a wardrobe and a washing machine is among the space-saving solutions that Naimi Architecture has created inside this tiny Barcelona apartment. The Barcelona- and Tel Aviv-based studio was tasked with making the ...

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Cabinet Maker

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Contract furniture firm acquired out of administration
Cabinet Maker
Furniture manufacturer for the education sector British Thornton has acquired rival furniture firm Proform Europe Ltd out of administration. Michael Wellard and Darren Edwards from insolvency specialist Aspect Plus Limited were appointed as joint ...

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Border Telegraph

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Faulty furniture and dangerous designs lead to refurbishment rethink at Galashiels care home
Border Telegraph
But the project's managers were forced back to the drawing board after faulty furniture and fittings were identified. Staff from the Care Inspectorate descended on the Elm Row care facility last month to carry out an unannounced inspection. While they ...

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Cabinet Maker

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US furniture maker recalls thousands of faulty chairs
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... Sitmatic and Via Seating. The product was sold through furniture stores across the states as well as Online through retailers including Amazon.com and Staples.com. Leggett & Platt conducted the recall voluntarily under CPSC's Fast Track Recall process.

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Cabinet Maker

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Office furniture market growth expected to slow, says AMA
Cabinet Maker
According to a new Report conducted by AMA Research, the UK office furniture dealers' market rose by 4.5% in 2016, showing consistent growth since 2012. The two main distribution channels for office furniture are via the dealer network, which accounts ...

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Cabinet Maker

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UK furniture importer confirms CFO resignation
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American-based furniture designer and manufacturer Knoll has announced that Craig Spray will resign from his position as senior vice president and chief financial officer, effective 23 June 2017. Knoll confirmed that Craig would assist in the ...


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Recalls this week: ride-on toys, spinner toys, furniture
Daily Mail
The furniture has a Pier 1 Imports logo on the underside of each chair, settee and ottoman. The recall involves the chair with SKU 2769765, settee with SKU 2860548 and Ottoman with SKU 2769778. They were sold at Pier 1 Imports stores nationwide and at ...

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Buying Furniture - Top Tips

1. Before embarking on your furniture search look through home shopping and design books and get a clear idea of the kind of furniture you want. Consider size, durability, design, as well as your personal choice and your current interior design scheme.

2. Measure out the space in your home first. Ask for dimensions of the item of furniture that interests you and then make sure it will fit in the space you intend it for. Allow for a few extra inches to account for possible inaccuracies in measuring.

3. Make certain that you get the furniture that you really wanted. Before purchasing any furniture consider how the style and dimension of the item must blend within your current furnishing theme of the room. Doing so will give you satisfaction and gratification on being able to buy the fixture that you need.

4. Consider using computer aided design tools to arrange the furniture you wish to purchase in the rooms and view the effect and colour balance virtually. This will greatly assist you when making a final purchase decision.

5. Ask the seller about the history of the item. How long have they had it? Has it been damaged? Where did they buy it? Ask for dimensions of the furniture.

6. Negotiate a price before you meet with the seller. One common mistake is waiting until you see the item and then offering a much lower price. If the item isn't in the condition that was posted this is a different story. When talking over the phone or by email, confirm the price or what you are willing to pay in advance. This will prevent misunderstandings when you meet the seller in person.

7. Ask for warranty papers/directions/manuals, especially for newer furniture or household items where the seller will probably still have the original paperwork that went with it. If they don't it is fine but it doesn't hurt to ask and it may save you time and money in the future if it gets damaged or has faulty manufacturer workmanship.

8. Buying furniture online is a bit like going on a blind date. Until you see it with your own eyes you don't really know what you're going to get.

9. Check out the item thoroughly before buying. When reviewing the furniture, look it over and test it out thoroughly. If it's a chair, sit in it, turn it over and look at construction, etc. Things to look for include wear and tear, solidity of construction, working parts and loose components. If the seller posted the ad as selling it "As-is" then you are being warned that the current condition is how they are selling it.

10. Do not rush with your purchase. Think twice if this is the furniture item you really need and whether it will match the design and style of your home. You need to analyse and evaluate your needs and make comparisons.



 
 
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