- 1 Where is Furniture Village head office?
- 2 Does Furniture Village delivery to Scotland?
- 3 How many stores does Furniture Village have?
- 4 Where are Furniture Village beds made?
- 5 Does Nathan furniture still exist?
- 6 Who is the owner of Sofology?
- 7 Why does Covid take so long to deliver?
- 8 Why is it taking so long for furniture to be delivered?
Where is Furniture Village head office?
Peter Harrison, founder and CEO of Furniture Village, adds: “I’m delighted to welcome Mike to the board. In the three years he’s been with us he’s demonstrated countless wins.
Does Furniture Village delivery to Scotland?
Self-assembly may be required. If you require doorstep delivery, please call 0800 804 8879. We deliver to mainland UK. If you live in Wales, Scotland, the Highlands, Isle of Wight or a postcode more than 40 miles away one of our distribution centres, an additional one or two weeks delivery time may be required.
How many stores does Furniture Village have?
Our customers seem to like it, and today we’re Britain’s largest independent furniture retailer with 54 stores nationwide. Our philosophy remains the same – and we’re still a family run business.
Where are Furniture Village beds made?
Discover luxury Italian design with our Made in Italy collection. Beautifully handcrafted dining tables, finely upholstered leather sofas and elegant beds all 100% made in Italy.
Does Nathan furniture still exist?
Cabinet manufacturer and teak specialist Nathan Furniture has moved its furniture production to a factory in Indonesia. Nathan has been working with Danwood in Semarang since 2008, but has now moved all manufacturing to the facility, and has its own dedicated unit there.
Who is the owner of Sofology?
Sofa delivery can take anywhere from the same day to 12 weeks or even more, this all depends on the kind of sofa you buy. To get quick delivery of your sofa, try buying a sofa that is already in stock and does not require any customization.
Why does Covid take so long to deliver?
Even U.S.-made furniture is taking longer to make, though, due to a foam shortage that has affected manufacturers. That started when Texas was stuck in a deep freeze in February, since chemical plants that provide the necessary components to make the foam were shut down for extended periods.
Why is it taking so long for furniture to be delivered?
Furniture manufacturers are in the same boat- they are having difficulty getting the supplies they need to make their products, which means it takes them longer to send the items to their retailers. Manufacturers are working hard to build your furniture as fast as possible while still being safe!