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DISCOVER MIDFURN FURNITURE SUPERSTORE


Based in Alcester, Midfurn is a family- run business that has been trading successfully for over 34 years. Boasting some 14,000 square feet of stunning showroom, it showcases a breadth of furniture with styles to suit any home, from modern to traditional, where you’ll find the best brand names carefully handpicked from across the UK and Europe.


Amongst the coveted furniture brands sits Natuzzi Italia, the world’s best known furniture brand, designed and made in Puglia, Italy. With a focus on design, function, materials and colours, the furniture is designed to create harmonious living. The dedicated Natuzzi Italia studio showcases sofas, corner groups, beds, lighting, rugs and carefully crafted cabinets and occasional furniture – pieces to complete every room.


Another Italian brand featured by Midfurn is Calligaris, a trend-setting brand offering the very best in contemporary furniture, from high gloss to glass and ceramic finishes, their dining furniture includes extending dining tables, sideboards, audio benches, rugs, mirrors and coffee tables – everything you need for stylish living and entertaining!


These Italian brands form only a part of the extensive story at Midfurn, as they also boast one of the largest displays of Stressless furniture, the leading brand for top-end reclining sofas and chairs in luxury leather. Because homes come in all shapes and sizes, the company also stock ROM, a leading Belgian manufacturer who offer a unqiue 20cm concept, which means you can have your sofa made in increments of 20cms, enabling you to design your sofa to fit your exact space and requirements! It doesn’t stop there! From corner sofas to electric reclining and heated seats, this brand delivers a whole host of features for the ultimate in relaxation.


For those seeking traditional elegance, pieces that grace some of the most pres- tigious National Trust properties and discerning homes, they should look no fur- ther than Duresta. One of the UK’s finest upholstery manufacturers, their fabric selection and furniture collections are simply stunning; you’ll be inspired by their display at Midfurn, whose helpful and knowledgeable staff will guide you through this and their other brands.


Parker Knoll, G Plan, Alstons, ViSpring, Temper, Hypnos and Nolte are just some of the other brands chosen for their design, quality and reputation, as well as Has- tens mattresses, the ultimate in luxury, a brand that boasts a 160-year heritage and even supplies the King Of Sweden! Entirely made by hand and only filled with the finest horsehair, wool and cotton, you’ll enjoy a wonderful night’s sleep and a 25-year guarantee!


Midfurn is run by Jeremy and Ben Speed; they and their staff pride themselves on their in-depth knowledge of the brands and products. There’s no heavy sell, at Midfurn the products sell themselves, but what you can be assured of is the very best customer service, a service that extends beyond the shop floor to the delivery and unpacking service – they’ll even dispose of the packaging!


Visit Midfurn, the family-run superstore - www.midfurn.co.uk / 112


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