• Your old furniture could save a life!

    Coronary heart disease is the UK's biggest killer, but this could soon become a thing of the past with a little help from the British Heart Foundation, Harveys...and you! Tired of that old armchair? The mahogany coffee table doesn't quite go with your new shabby-chic sitting room? The kids have outgrown their bunk bed? Well don't dump them, donate them! The British Heart Foundation will pick up your old furniture and electrical items FOR FREE and sell them on to raise money towards stamping out this killer disease. So far, an impressive £190,000 has been raised! How can you donate? It's simple! Call 0844 334 1402 or book online at bhf.org.uk/harveys to arrange your free collection. If your unwanted items aren't in a saleable condition, or don't still have a valid fire safety label, just call AnyJunk on 020 7819 9000 or visit anyjunk.co.uk/harveys. Collections for Harveys customers cost £45 for one item, and £25 per additional item. It's nice to think you might own something that could help keep more hearts beating!

  • Harveys win Campaign of the Week!

    We are extremely proud to announce that our new TV adverts recently won us Campaign of the Week in Retail Week magazine. Proving that Harveys truly understands all that goes into the sofa-buying process, our adverts show customers that appear to split into two, demonstrating the combination of head and heart that goes into the decision-making process. While one side focuses on style and quality, the other ponders price and affordability. But here at Harveys, we're confident that customers needn't forfeit one for the other in any of our product ranges. Retail Week said: ‘Buying a big-ticket item such as furniture is one of the most thought-through purchases a consumer will make and, by smartly putting the decision-making process at the centre of its ads, Harveys highlights why its product and price offer should be considered.’ In these adverts, when we state how we're giving you more for less, we really mean it!

  • We want you!

    We’re looking for enthusiastic readers to join our panel and share their views on Real Living magazine. Interested? Email harveysRP@johnbrownmedia.com

  • Get social!

    If you haven’t already, make sure you check out Harveys Furniture on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Google+. Share your views on products, get the latest news and be in with a chance of winning great prizes! Find us on Facebook at /harveysfurniture, follow us on Twitter @HarveysHQ, on Pinterest at /harveyshq and on Google+

  • The great extender

    If you like to entertain but lack the space for a large table, then the new, slightly smaller Claremount extending table could be just the ticket. Fully extended, it can sit up to eight people – the perfect size for dinner parties. We’ve also added a sideboard, glass display unit, console table and coffee table to the range – why not pop in and take a look?

  • A revolution in material

    Have you discovered Leathaire yet? It’s an amazing new material that looks and feels just like leather and it’s exclusive to Harveys. Find out more on our Leathaire feature  – and see it pictured here on our Webster range.

  • Another classic

    Lovers of traditional-style oak furniture will be happy to hear that we’ve now extended our Keswick range. As well as our new solid oak chair, we’ve also added a Welsh dresser top. Simply put it with the sideboard to create a beautiful dresser – perfect for showing off your prized collection of crockery.

  • We love vintage

    We just can’t get enough of 1950s and 1960s furniture. Retro, chic and easy to work into your home, these iconic pieces mix so well with other periods. Practical and stylish, we love our Piccadilly nest of tables. Click here for more heritage-inspired designs, such as our new Opal sofa range, and help us celebrate 60 years of our fabulous furniture.

  • Top quality

    Do you enjoy the finer things in life? Then you might be tempted by one of our new statement ranges – the Milazzo. It feels as premium as it looks. Handcrafted in top quality 100% genuine leather, with chrome feet and electric reclining action.

  • New look stores

    You’ll be pleased to hear that three more of our stores are due to reopen following extensive makeovers. Get yourself down to Southend On Sea (from 22 March), Aintree or Wallsend (from 29 March) for a brand new shopping experience designed around different lifestyles. This follows the successful launch of six other concept stores back in February (see story below), which not only wowed customers with their new design, but also raised a combined £3,490 for local charities.

  • Top trends

    Interior trends for 2013 are gathering momentum, but the ones with staying power are proving to be: Nature, with a particular nod to botanical line drawings; Pioneer, with a traveller’s vibrant colour palette and inspiring use of graphic prints; and 1950s/60s bright simplicity with ice cream accent shades, which will compliment our Beat bar stools (pictured) perfectly. Watch this space for more style inspiration throughout the year

  • Twenties glamour at Harveys

    If you’re not roaring for all things 1920s already, then you soon will be, as the highly anticipated Hollywood version of The Great Gatsby hits our shores on 17 May. Based on F Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel, it promises to be a tasty visual feast. Take inspiration from the big screen and add a sophisticated touch of 1920s glitz and glamour to your home. Look out for key pieces and accessories in shiny metals and reflective glass, such as this Cross console table, as well as shimmery fabrics and mirrored tiles. It’s set to be a hot trend this summer.


    Come dine with me

    Ever wondered how much the average person spends on a dinner party? According to a recent YouGov survey, the total figure is £60. The survey also discovered that most UK households host about six dinner parties a year, which works out at one in every two months. If you love entertaining, then you’ll appreciate the importance of a stylish dining room – if yours needs of a bit of TLC, then take inspiration from our ‘Set the mood’ feature.


    A new leaf

    This season, think all things botanical. Keep an eye out for leaf motifs especially like the one on this gorgeous Avanue purple cushion. Plump it up on your favourite chair for an instant style boost.

  •   All white for spring

    Embrace the longer days this spring with our – new for 2013 – high gloss Ital range. The light will simply bounce off the shiny surfaces for a bright white look.

  •  Stay on the ball

    From tennis tie-breaks to penalty shoot-outs, sports fans won’t want to miss a moment of adrenaline-fuelled live action this spring. Must-see events include the Grand National (on 6 April), FA Cup Final (11 May) and French Open (from 26 May), so is there a better time to buy a truly comfortable chair for watching TV? Click here for our best recliners.

  •   Makeover for UK stores

    Some of our stores have had an exciting style makeover of their very own. Customers are promised an enhanced in-store shopping experience at the participating outlets (see below) which will showcase the latest sofa and dining ranges in easy-to-navigate areas designed around a range of different lifestyles. All stores are open now – if you live nearby, pop in for a look. Participating stores are:

    • Harveys Cribbs Causeway (Cribbs Causeway Retail Park)
    • Harveys Canterbury (Sturry Road Retail Park)
    • Harveys Wednesbury (Gallagher Retail Park)
    • Harveys Sheffield (Drakehouse Retail Park)
    • Harveys Nottingham (Castle Meadow Retail Park)
    • Harveys Livingston (Almondvale Retail Park)


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