OK, so we know it’s only October, but if you’re planning to buy new furniture in time for Christmas, then now’s the time to order it.
From experience we know that the run up to the festive season always sees a surge in orders for tables, chairs and storage furniture as people try to make sure their homes will be tidy and that they’ll be able to seat all their guests comfortably.
If it’s seasonal dining furniture that you need then an extending table is a great idea – when your house is full of family and friends you can extend it out and lay on a great spread, but when life returns to normal and there’s just you and the immediate family left, you can collapse it down to save on space.
Stackable chairs are another good buy – simply stack them and store them when Christmas is over.
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