Trends for Home Office FurnitureBy Bt Office, PRNE
Sunday, January 24, 2010
POOLE, England, January 25 - The UK recession has hit spending on household items particularly hard,
and the discretionary element of home furniture purchasing is no exception.
Some of those people considering an upgrade to their home will defer their
spending until they feel more confident about their finances.
However, coupled with this is an increasing trend for the number of home
workers. Changing work practices, redundancies and new technologies are
making it both necessary and easier for more people to work from home. The
result of this is that whilst furniture sales are declining in comparison to
past years there is still a considerable demand for home office furniture
According to Mintel* the most commonly owned and purchased items of home
office furniture are workstations and office chairs.
BT Office, the UK supplier of value for money office furniture, has
witnessed an increase in sales for home office furnishings, as well as
economy furniture over the last few months.
To view the range of products visit:
About BT Office Furniture
BT Office Furniture is a national, privately owned company founded in
1994 which supplies and installs office furniture in the UK. BT Office has
concentrated on providing great value for money without compromise on quality
and service. Their furniture portfolio includes executive ranges that cover
both contemporary and classic designs. For orders and queries please call
0800 298 7033 or visit the website to find out more.
*The market data in this press release was taken from the Mintel 2009
Report 'Home Office UK'.
For further information on BT Office Furniture, its products and services
please contact Derek Flood, Unit 9 Benridge Park, Holy Rood Close, Poole,
Dorset, BH17 7BD
Tel: +44-(0)1202-699-900, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Derek Flood, Unit 9 Benridge Park, Holy Rood Close, Poole, Dorset, BH17 7BDTel: +44-(0)1202-699-900, Email: mail at btoffice.com
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