Progressive Furnishings
Please feel free to browse through our ranges of solid oak furniture for all of your furnishing needs. Our stunning furniture is made from lots of carefully selected materials and timbers such as Oak,
Sitting Pretty
Whether motion or static furniture, we specialise in a host of products including: Lift recliner chairs and matching sofas, chairs and electric motion beds. We are one of the UK's most recognised
Jacks Interiors
Jacks Interiors has been trading for over 11 years with the last 6 being from our showroom premises located on Clay Cross High Street. We are a local independent store employing local staff, and by
VintageLeatherSofas.com
We are happy to work with other retailers to create unique designs for resale or we can supply all designs as seen on this site. A minimum commitment will be required. Interior designers and
Arnold Sofas & Bed Centre
At Arnold Sofa's and Beds Centre, we have a great range of beds with draws or without, pocket spring mattresses or memory foam mattresses. We do display electric adjustable power beds, all sizes are
Kings Carpets
Kings is a long running, independently owned, family company. Trading since 1908, Kings has been long established as Nottingham's leading carpet and furniture retailer. Kings operates from three
Eyres Of Chesterfield
Isaac Eyres started trading from his first shop in 1875 and moved to the present premises on Holywell Street, Chesterfield a few years later. Located 200 yards behind the iconic crooked spire of
Suite Seats
We specialise is cancelled orders and over orders from big name furniture brands so you can have all the quality of the regular high street brands at only a fraction of the cost. We absolutely won't
Frank Knighton Furniture Nottingham
We're not like other furniture retailers. Since Frank Knighton first opened its doors back in 1985, we've been a local family business with a strong reputation for top quality workmanship combined
Laura Ashley
Laura and Bernard Ashley started printing fabric on their kitchen table in London in 1953, following a Women's Institute exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum on traditional handicrafts. Laura