Making designer furniture available to everyone.

Fashion For Home is one of those furniture websites that makes you want to chuck out your chintz and scruffy sofas and start all over again. From its lustrous white pages that are decorated with furniture and home accessories that have, without doubt, earned their place on the site, it's hard to resist temptation. Rest assured at Fashion For Home, you'll find the very best in European design and the best bit is that this is furniture in the affordable bracket. Picked up time and again in the mainstream press (Daily Telegraph, The Independent and The Sunday Times), this has to be the destination site for contemporary furniture.



THE HEART OF GOOD DESIGN

Good design is at the heart of every piece of furniture and home accessory featured on the site. Based in uber cool Berlin where there is also a showroom, Fashion For Home's design teams work hard to research the latest style trends, working with more than a dozen designers and reputable manufacturers, who use only the best materials. The only corner cutting is that there is no middleman, so that these savings can be passed on directly to the customer.



For those worried about green credentials, Fashion For Home is proud to fly the Sustainable Furnishings Council's logo as its business is environmentally responsible with high standards in materials and manufacturing quality.

LIKE WHAT YOU SEE

Customers get the opportunity to vote for up and coming designs and if your chosen piece of furniture makes it all the way to production, you'll get a 10% discount voucher to splash out on the piece. You can check to see what's made it and what hasn't which gives a good indication of what's hot and what's not.

For first time visitors, check out The LookBook as it gives a good overview of the furniture lines and products. The lifestyle shots are fabulous where the furniture really does take centre stage.

Sign up to Fashion For Home's newsletter and get a £10 voucher to kickstart some online shopping.

Follow Fashion For Home on Twitter @ffh_uk.

September 2012

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