Furniture wholesaler announces second price reduction

South West-based furniture wholesaler Devonshire Living has announced a price drop for the second time this year.

In response to falling shipping rates, the cabinet supplier first cut prices across individual ranges in February and March, and has now standardised its entire pricelist with further reductions now live in May.

Nicolle Hockin, Managing Director, commented: “Although we hold around £3m of stock in our warehouse at any one time, a lot of which was bought in at the highest shipping expenses, we acknowledge that trade is tough at the moment and are doing all we can to help our customers push through the generally quieter summer months.

“Now that shipping rates are at more sustainable levels, and the dollar exchange rate is also staying relatively steady, we have chosen to take a hit on older stock in order to support customers to increase sales.”

Devonshire also confirmed new additions to collections such as a painted bedroom collection and individual items including benches, bench pads, painted tables and redesigned beds, which are all due to arrive in the coming months.

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