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The Sun

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The average Brit will spend EIGHT days building flat pack furniture ...
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Dezeen

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Lisa Ertel sandblasts Dune furniture to highlight underlying patterns of wood growth
Dezeen
"Through the dialogue between naturally grown wood and the input of industrial process, the family manages to look completely new, but seems familiar at the same time," said Ertel, who created the furniture as part of her final year studying Product ...

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Cabinet Maker

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Furniture exports rise in Wales
Cabinet Maker
According to new government data, Welsh furniture exports totalled a value of £298m, up by 7.4% from £277m in 2015, with Q4 exports rising by 20.2% to £83m from £78m. Further quarterly analysis indicated that furniture exported from Wales rose in all ...

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The Courier

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Fife furniture maker sees shares fall despite profit - The Courier
The Courier
Shares in Havelock Europa plunged in early trading despite the Fife furniture group reporting a return to profit. The preliminary results show the group generated ...

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10 furniture designs from Milan 2017 that showcase millennial pink
Dezeen
It was hard to miss millennial pink during this year's Milan design week, now that the colour has infiltrated the furniture design industry. Dezeen editor Amy Frearson has selected 10 of the best pink designs on show.

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Staff Newsletter

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Stone furniture firm completes work for NYC Wagamama restaurant ...
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A STONE bespoke furniture manufacturer has completed a major order for restaurant chain Wagamama's Manhattan restaurant. Pure CF has manufactured ...

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Silentnight welcomed into the BFM
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The company was particularly impressed by our range of benefits, export opportunities, online furniture directories, the Great British Furniture campaign, trade data and industry surveys as well as our representation on issues to UK and EU governments.".

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Altrincham Today

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Altrincham pupil is poster boy for national furniture chain
Altrincham Today
James, who is studying Design Technology as one of his 10 GCSEs and hopes to continue the subject at A Level, said: “The brief was to show just how many jobs are available in the furniture industry demanding both practical and highly creative skills ...

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PWS celebrates double award success
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PWS is celebrating after scooping two awards in two weeks, in recognition of its manufacturing expertise and contribution to the local economy. At the North East Business Awards, PWS Worksurfaces received the Manufacturing Award for the Durham, South ...

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Patheos (blog)

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The Tech-Wise Family: Re-arranging the Furniture
Patheos (blog)
Where does your television live? Assuming (perhaps incorrectly) that you have only one, where do you keep it? In the Living Room (where ours currently resides). In your bedroom? In your Kitchen? Your Den? (and while we're at it, just how big is your house?







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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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