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Our Accessory Ranges are expanding!

Posted: 07/09/2020

We now have a wide selection of accessories both in store and online. From Vases, to Mirrors, to Pictures and Lighting, there are so many styles and finishes available - something for every taste! 

We have beautiful pieces of faux foliage such as hydrangeas, orchids and eucalyptus so you can create your displays at home (pictured is our eucalyptus stems in our large rustic clay vase). 

Ornate, far eastern ceramic jars in a variety of colours and patterns add stylish finishing touches to your home and attractive mirrored trays accessorise a room perfectly.

You can peruse our ranges online by visiting https://www.webbhousefurnishers.co.uk/Category/Finishing-Touches



 

Face Masks and in store updates

Posted: 24/07/2020

In these uncertain times, it goes without saying that our number one priority remains the wellbeing of all our customers, employees and their families. Our employees are taking all sensible precautions in line with government recommendations, including frequent hand washing, social distancing and staying home when they or a member of their family feel unwell.

We are carefully following the government guidelines and advice from Public Health England to help minimise the spread of the virus, and we would ask you if you would be able to wear a face mask whilst shopping in store - please advise us if you are unable to do so due to medical reasons or otherwise. In store we have increased our usual level of in-store cleaning, all staff continue a strict hand washing protocol and our delivery drivers maintain a high level of hygiene with the use of anti-bacterial hand gel and they will wear gloves and masks on request.

Our store is currently open for business from 10am to 4pm. We have special 'appointment only' slots available from 9-10am and 4-5pm for those who wish to have the store to themselves. You can as ever, make enquiries, place orders and make transactional payments over the phone by calling 01270 629296 and you can view our products and shop online on our website www.webbhousefurnishers.co.uk.

We continue to operate all our deliveries as usual, however if you have a delivery booked with us and are showing symptoms, we ask you kindly to let us know in advance so we can take appropriate measures.

We would like to thank you for your support and custom over the last month and hope that this continues in these challenging times.

Kind regards from all at Webb House Furnishers.


 

How does your Home Office shape up?

Posted: 21/09/2020

With innovations in technology, the workplace is becoming an increasingly flexible environment, allowing for many people to access their work on-the-go. As a result of this, more and more people are choosing to work from home, the home office has become an important place in the home, it is also a good place for the children to do their homework. So if you are lucky enough to have a home office or a study, then here are the main things to consider: 

Your Office Chair
It is important that your office chair is practical, comfortable and supportive as you will be spending plenty of time in it. 

Storage & Organisation
It is a good thing to keep your office as clutter-free and organised as possible. We have a selection of desks at Webb House that feature hidden storage for your files as well as your printers for a clean, functional look. We have desks in various types of wood, from dark walnut, to light oak and painted finishes, so something to suit every type of decor and style.
 
You can view our full collection of desks, bureaus and office chairs on our website, please call us for further details.


 

How to care for your Beds

Posted: 09/12/2019

Just like all our furniture, our beds are designed to withstand general wear and tear. However, we recommend that you follow our advice to keep your bed in top condition for as long as possible to ensure maximum sleep quality throughout the natural life of your bed.

  • Do not sit on the edge of your mattress for long periods of time as this can affect its shape. • Use mattress handles, if provided, and do not overload divan bed drawers.
  • Check that the legs and castors are tightened fully from time to time.
  • Turn down the bed clothes every morning to allow the bed to cool down and breathe.
  • If you have bought a "No Turn" mattress, with a single sleeping surface, e.g. Memory Foam, Latex, Pillow Top and Anti-slip mattress, it is important that you rotate your mattress regularly. For all other mattresses it is important that you turn and rotate your mattress regularly once a week for the first two or three months and then monthly thereafter.
  • Turning will prolong the life-span of your mattress. When turning your mattress please do not allow it to bang or fall against the side of the divan, as this may damage the spring system. Some assistance may be required.
  • Take care when turning your mattresses; do it with someone else especially if your mattress is particularly heavy.
  • Frequent turning and plumping reduces natural dips and 'nesting' in spring interior mattresses.
  • The drawers within a drawer divan are usually designed to hold lightweight items, such as bedlinen, and should not be overloaded. Maximum weight: Mini drawers - 7kg, Standard drawers - 15kg.
  • Protect your mattress using a mattress cover which will protect it from coming into contact with body moisture or other liquids. Do not use detergents or chemical cleaners. Using detergents or chemical cleaners on your mattress is likely to damage the fabric and stitching. 

 Following this advice will ensure you enjoy many a good nights sleep on your bed we wish you sweet dreams!!


 

How to care for your Upholstery Furniture

Posted: 05/11/2019

This week we give you some top tips on how to care for your upholstered furniture. Soft upholstered furniture gets just as dusty and dirty as cabinet furniture - the difference is you can't always see it.

  • Try to keep pets off the upholstery and be careful of sharp objects such as belt buckles, toys and watch straps snagging the fabric. If snags do occur, carefully cut off the loose ends with scissors or tuck back in - do not pull them under any circumstances
  • Strong sunlight can cause fabrics to fade, so try to position your sofas and chairs out of direct sunlight
  • Sitting on the front edges of cushions or on the arms of furniture may cause distortion or damage, so avoid this at all costs
  • Velvet and chenille fabrics have a raised surface texture which is prone to flattening and shading, so it is important that you understand this characteristic before purchasing a suite in this material
  • Wood or decorative facings require minimal maintenance, and should be occasionally wiped with a damp cloth to remove dust. Do not use spray polishes or solvent cleaners, as these can have a damaging effect on both the facings and adjoining fabric
  • Caster cups are useful to reduce indentations on carpets and wood flooring
  • Vacuum or brush clean your upholstery weekly to remove accumulated dirt, which can cause colours to look faded or dull
  • Plump the cushions at the end of every day of use, particularly those filled with feather or fibre, and also smooth out the surface to prevent permanent creases being formed
  • Where you can, turn the cushions regularly to equalise wear 

 So there you have it, a few things to consider to ensure the longevity of your upholstered sofas and chairs. Next time we will cover the best ways to care for your cabinet furniture, so keep your eyes peeled for that one!


 

How to care for your Leather Furniture

Posted: 15/10/2019

We have decided to write a series of blogs about how to care for your furniture and being a highly reputable family furniture business that’s been around for 40 years, we reckon we know what we’re talking about! This week ‘How to care for your Leather Furniture’ we'd like to offer our top tips on how to get the best from your leather furniture and ensure its longevity. In the following weeks we will cover Upholstery Furniture, Cabinet Furniture and Beds! Leather is a natural product and will always display traces of its origin such as brands, scars, creases and growth. These hallmarks add character to the suite and do not affect the wearing qualities of the product. Leather is highly resilient and durable, and over time, develops a patina that increasingly enhances its appeal.

  • Always protect your suite from direct sunlight, as this will accelerate the natural ongoing discolouration process. 
  • On pigmented leather, dust should be removed by vacuuming and wiping with a slightly damp cloth, using a solution of warm water and mild soap on a regular basis. Never use abrasives such as household polish, which may damage the treated surface of the leather.
  • Suede, nubuck and aniline leathers require particular care, as they lack a protective coating. Use products specifically designed for these types of finish and follow instructions carefully. Always test any cleaning process on an unseen area.
  • Never place leather furniture against any heating source such as a radiator. To remove spillages, do not rub into the leather as this will cause staining.
  • Liquids should be quickly raised from the leather by using the edge of absorbent paper towels and then dabbing the area lightly with clean towels.
  • Seat, arm and back cushions should, where possible, be regularly plumped up to maintain the shape of your suite.
  • Try to avoid sitting on the edges of cushions or arms, as this may cause uneven wear and distortion of the padding and leather. Certain non-colourfast clothing such as denim can stain light coloured leather if it comes into regular contact.
  • Sharp objects may scratch the surface. Caster cups are useful to reduce indentations on carpets and wood flooring. Strong sunlight can cause leather to fade and crack.

So that’s all for this week, next time we will talk about how to care for your Upholstery Furniture. In the meantime, if you need any additional help or advice, feel free to call in to our store or telephone us to speak to one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff.