Emma The Sleep Company, the Frankfurt based direct-to-consumer and wholesale mattress and bedding company, is building a bigger physical footprint across Europe.

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

When La-Z-Boy acquired Colne upholstered furniture manufacturer Furnico in the autumn of last year, it didn't disclose the financial terms of the transaction.

Four companies left debts of £215,000 with 7 entities owed £10,000 or more.

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

The acquisition of the former Westex Carpets factory by Lassic Group has shone a light on a business that hasn't had a great deal of publicity until now.

Cox & Cox owner Roderick Taylor has returned to lead the business following the departure of Richard Bell, who has been its CEO since September 2019.

Many across the furniture industry have looked to build inventory amid soaring demand through the pandemic. It is no panacea.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) said the £13 million fine it received from KPMG for its conduct in relation to the 2011 sale of Silentnight is "not a windfall" for the accountancy body.

Seven companies left debts of £970,000 with 22 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Six insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to February 11, 2022.

A complete list including company name, company number, company state (eg active/dissolved) and company address of U.K. floorcoverings retail businesses formed between January 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021.

Chronicling minor ownership changes at The Conran Shop, the designer furniture and homeware retailer.

A complete list including company name, company number, company state (eg active/dissolved) and company address of U.K. furniture retail businesses formed between January 1, 2021 and December 31, 2021.

Collingwood Batchellor is at a crossroads and must adapt in order to survive, the company wrote as it sought planning approval to build above its Horley store.

Five companies left debts of £960,000 with 30 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Seven insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to February 4, 2022.

Four companies left debts of £2.6 million with 25 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Three insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to January 28, 2022.

Five companies left debts of £6.4 million with 20 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Three insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to January 21, 2022.

Seven companies left debts of £850,000 with 20 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Five insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to January 14, 2022.

Five companies left debts of £2.05 million with 25 entities owed £10,000 or more.

One insolvency from within the furniture and furnishings industry was announced in the 7 days to January 7, 2022.

Five companies left debts of £1.9 million with 22 entities owed £10,000 or more.

18 insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the 14 days to December 31, 2021.

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

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to December 17, 2021.

Four companies left debts of £370,000 with 15 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to December 10, 2021.

Four companies left debts of £3.5 million with 25 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Seven insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to December 3, 2021.

Five companies left debts of £1.3 million with 15 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Nine insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to November 26, 2021.

Five companies left debts of £1.6 million with 17 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Seven insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to November 19, 2021.

Five companies left debts of £1.2 million with 25 entities owed £10,000 or more.

Five insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the seven days to November 12, 2021.

Five companies left debts of £850,000 with 13 entities owed £10,000 or more.