Sanderson Design Group says it is committed to protecting its interests ahead of a hearing next month regarding an intellectual property dispute with Waltham Forest Council.

Trustpilot says Maker&Son "hasn't been playing by the rules" after the upholstery brand was said to have threatened reviewers with legal action regarding comments that had been made on its platform.

The closure of a 17-store adjustable furniture and mobility products specialist spells bad news for a co-controlled ecommerce business, which faces the write-off of a large multi-million pound debt.

A West Sussex lifestyle retailer has acquired the business and assets of Scotts, the circa £50 million turnover general merchandise retailer that carries a substantial furniture and home programme.

Correspondence has been delivered to U.K. and mainland European industry suppliers to the legacy Maker&Son upholstery business telling them they will not be paid what they are owed after all, despite earlier pledges to the contrary.

The founder of Oak Furnitureland continues to have an equity interest in rival brand Oak Furniture Superstore following the division of that retailer's assets via an insolvent restructure last month.

A North West flooring and wall tile company has folded with seven-figure debts after a late 2020 company voluntary arrangement (CVA) agreement with creditors failed to complete.

A Walthamstow flooring company has folded leaving more than a dozen carpet, wood and vinyl suppliers owed five-and-six-figure sums.

Major direct-to-consumer mattress business Dormeo U.K. has traded continuously through an insolvent restructure after a diversified international bed industry supplier came to its rescue.

Consumers with outstanding orders from the Cox & Cox predecessor company will have to try and reclaim cash from their card providers after restructuring advisors brokered a six-figure deal for the etailer's assets last week.

Mattress and bedding manufacturer Duvalay has expanded into the baby sector after buying cot mattress specialist Nursery Connections out of administration.

The closure of a 17-store direct-to-consumer brand selling rise and recline chairs, adjustable beds and other mobility aids earlier this year leaves creditors facing a shortfall north of £12 million.

One of the U.K.'s largest online bed retailers has come to the aid of furniture, home and giftware ecommerce brand Cox & Cox after it was placed into the hands of restructuring advisors earlier this week.

Embattled ecommerce furniture, homeware, garden and gift retailer Cox & Cox is expected to survive after calling in restructuring advisors earlier this week.

Insolvency practitioners at the London and Manchester offices of Mazars are handling the insolvency of Dormeo U.K., the circa £40 million mattress company placed into administration last week.

Efforts to rescue furniture and homeware retailer Cox & Cox reached a critical juncture on Monday afternoon after restructuring advisors were called in at the Somerset ecommerce company.

Ownership change at Yorkshire cabinet furniture and mattress retailer Room To Grow.

The largest operator of IKEA stores worldwide has made a €9 million investment in a U.K. company specialising in credit risk, risk analytics and predictive modelling based on bank transaction data.

The near-term future of ecommerce furniture and homeware retailer Cox & Cox is uncertain after its operating company filed a notice of intent to appoint an administrator (NOI) earlier this week.

Oak Furniture Superstore has a new owner after a deal was concluded late Tuesday afternoon for the business and assets of the multi-million pound turnover online cabinet and upholstery retailer.

A debt owed to mattress retailer Dormeo U.K. by a co-controlled entity increased by a seven-figure sum in the period leading up to that company calling in restructuring advisors last month.

A West Midlands interior design company that created interiors for show homes across new-build developments has folded leaving a large tax liability.

Mattress supplier Dormeo U.K. is on the verge of completing a restructuring process after it filed a notice of intent to appoint an administrator (NOI) late last week.

Stakeholders in the Evans of High Wycombe furniture business say they are awaiting clarification of the brand's future after its until-now operating company was placed into liquidation last week.

Lawyers acting for two emerging mattress brands will go head-to-head in a U.K. court hearing next month as they look to resolve a branding disagreement.

The owner of London upholstery company The Sofa & Chair Co says the net effect of the company voluntary arrangement (CVA) agreed last September will be a £6.3 million reduction in liabilities.

A property company under the control of the owner of an oak furniture retailer that only last month completed an insolvent restructure has filed a notice of intent to appoint an administrator (NOI).

Customer deposits represented a third of the debts of a now-closed Northern Ireland based bedroom and kitchen furniture manufacturer and retailer that traded across the U.K. and Ireland.

A furniture investment company controlled by Ayiaz Ahmed, the businessman who sold the Collins & Hayes (C&H) brand for £2 million in 2017, has defaulted on the terms of a settlement agreed with a specialist litigation funder.

The CEO of Tempur Sealy International says the bedding conglomerate will continue to look at acquisition opportunities, citing the takeover of Dreams as an example of when the stars eventually aligned after years of talks.

Restructuring advisors have detailed the terms of an asset-only deal for the £52.5 million turnover business that sold Sleepdown branded bedding in the U.K. on retail marketplaces such as Amazon.

Frasers Group, owner of retailers House of Fraser and Sofa.com, paid £2 million in cash to rescue the business and assets of Amara Living after the embattled home and living brand had run out of alternative funding sources.

Restructuring advisors handling the insolvency of the U.K. arm of bedroom and dining resource Rowico say they are clearing inventory following their appointment last month.

The U.K. future of international bedroom and dining furniture resource Rowico is unclear after its wholly-owned business unit here was placed into the hands of restructuring advisors late last month.

A regional logistics company offering services including white-glove two-man furniture deliveries has been placed into the hands of restructuring advisors.

Fabrics supplier Blendworth International more than doubled its turnover through Covid after pivoting to making personal protective equipment (PPE) for the NHS. But the abrupt termination of a five-year contract started a spiral towards insolvency.

The closure of a 13-store kitchens vertical late last year has left its South Yorkshire owner with little prospect of recovering a seven-figure debt that was a hangover from its takeover nearly seven years ago.

Sofa-in-a-box brand Swyft has eliminated millions of pounds of borrowing as part of a debt-for-equity swap and broader investment that will lead to TV exposure for the fast-growing upholstered furniture company.

A South Wales based direct-to-consumer brand selling riser recline chairs, adjustable beds and other mobility aids online and from a regional store network has called in restructuring advisors and ceased trading.

The restructuring of a formerly-profitable online furniture, home and garden boutique based in Cheshire leaves creditors facing a potential shortfall.



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