The Foam Company traded profitably until the pandemic hit the U.K., according to a new report by restructuring advisors Quantuma.

Seven companies left debts of £560,000.

Eight insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to April 29, 2022.

Argos closed 73 standalone stores in the past year as parent J Sainsbury continued to reconfigure the general merchandise retailer's physical footprint.

Carpetright owner Nestware Holdings acquired the company behind the Flooring Supplies ecommerce operation late 2020 and we now know the value of the deal.

Propco incorporation prompts new structure for southern England based independent carpets and beds retailer.

A look at the debt refinancing at major upholstery group Sofa Brands International including 2020/21 cashflow and the impact on total borrowing.

Parker Knoll was the standout performer for upholstery group Sofa Brands International through 2020/21, delivering top and bottom line growth.

Seven companies left debts of £3.1 million to creditors.

Eight insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to April 22, 2022.

Flex, the Spain-based bedding group with interests worldwide, acquired Devon bed maker Vispring back in December 2005.

Independent furniture retailer Eyres of Chesterfield is calling time on 147 years of trade, chipping away at another piece of important U.K. industry heritage.

Online furniture retailer Shabby was generating six-figure profits during the height of the pandemic yet directors were calling in restructuring advisors within a few short months.

Six companies left debts of £2 million with 30 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Six insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to April 15, 2022.

A furniture retail family property company earlier this spring successfully refinanced a loan facility secured against a large retail park in Hedge End.

There is a growing cohort of high-profile North American furniture and bedding companies targeting the U.K. market — either directly or through acquisition.

Six companies left debts of £1.2 million with 22 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Six insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to April 8, 2022.

Lease deals in the capital aid designer, wholesaler and retailer.

A complete list including company name, company number, and registered address of U.K. flooring retail companies formed between March 1–31, 2022.

A complete list including company name, company number, and registered address of U.K. furniture retail companies formed between March 1–31, 2022.

Eight companies left debts of £1.5 million with 15 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Eight insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to April 1, 2022.

Upholstery retailer Sofa Workshop entered administration on Thursday, meaning another page will turn in its long-running brand story. It is unlikely to be the last.

Retail giant IKEA is closing its Edmonton store in north London in a decision that looks more rooted in micro rather than macro shopping trends.

Furniture suppliers may soon be able to reward or incentivise retailers who stock and display their products by charging a higher price to their ecommerce rivals.

Foam converter Peak Converters, formerly known as Breasley, disclosed the sale of a stake in the company to Whitemeadow last summer.

Five companies left debts of £1 million with 15 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Five insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to March 25, 2022.

Seven years in, and there is still no bottom line at Eve Sleep, but there is hope, and there are reasons to be positive.

Fashion-to-furnishings retail giant Next has explained how it aims to take greater control of big and bulky furniture deliveries.

Profits returned, but cash declined at living, dining and bedroom furniture distributor Devonshire last year.

The theme of the past week has been diversification for three of the U.K.'s largest furniture specialists.

One of the best read stories we've published over the past month was the article on the return of store sales growth in 2021 while Internet sales were falling.

Six companies left debts of £830,000 with 15 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Six insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to March 18, 2022.

Alongside Loaf, upholstery vertical Sofa.com was the often-cited poster child for furniture ecommerce done well in the U.K.

A complete list including company name, company number, and registered address of U.K. flooring retail companies formed between February 1–28, 2022.

How DFS will find another £250 million of revenue.