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For years, Habitat has been growing into the notable company they are right now. It started during 1964 when Terence Conran, Caroline Conran, Philip Pollock, and Pagan Taylor founded Habitat with an idea of adding a radical and unique European touch to furniture shopping. The founding idea of Habitat is based on a mantra which says “What’s useful can be beautiful and what’s beautiful people can afford.” It is basically a positive reaction to the post-war gloom.
In the year 1971, the company started selling furniture in all of the stores in ‘take-away racks. This was the start of the modern way of selling furniture as people can now satisfy their need of a new furniture without the endless anticipation of getting a call from the delivery van.
In 1980 to 1981, they made a catalogue and introduced the sofa ranges and the concept perceiving ones living room as a colouring book that you need to fill with your own design concept using their products which puts the creative input in the consumer’s hands. With this ingenious idea, the company successfully collaborated with its consumers.
In 1998, they introduced the idea of bringing nature indoors with the way of Zen which comes with a strong Japanese influence seen on their products. With this, soapstone, slate and bamboo are given the domestic appeal.
In September 2014, the company launched its Design Reunion project as part of its 50th anniversary. They welcomed the different acclaimed designers such as Sarah Campbell, Tord Boontje, Shin Azumi, Calire Norcross, Aaron Probyn, and Simon Pengelly. Each of these designers will work with Creative Director Polly Dickens in developing a wide variety of statement pieces on furniture, lighting, and textiles. Each of the designers will also create an exclusive product for the company’s AW14 collection.
With the vast explorations and changes that the company made through the years, it is no shock that it is one of the biggest company to sell furniture online.
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How to Order
With the vast selection of products, there are a lot of things that you need to consider when it comes to ordering the items that you like. For example, if you are interested of buying Sofas or Sofa beds, you need to consider looking at the Sofa measuring guide to check whether it fits in perfectly in your home. For ordering other items such as Sliding Wardrobes, Beds, Bedding, Bedroom Furniture, Clocks, [Duvets and Pillows,] (http://www.habitat.co.uk/buying-guide-duvets/content/fcp-content)Mattresses, Rugs, Curtains and Blinds, Frames, Glassware, Lighting and Wallpaper, you can visit each of the pages to choose what you want and then proceed to the checkout counter for the payment details. For the complete buying guide, kindly visit this page.
The delivery prices would depend on the location, type and size of the product ordered. The company offers free delivery and returns on small orders made online costing over £50 and big orders costing over £500. The company delivers to most areas in Ireland and in the UK. However, in certain areas such as Isles of Scilly, Highlands and Islands, Isle of Man, and Channel Islands, the company is unable to deliver within the usual lead times. In addition, they do not deliver to BFPO addresses. For more information, visit this page.
Returns and Refunds
Reasonable care of the ordered goods is necessary if you are planning to return and get a refund of your orders. However, no refunds will be allowed for made-to order items unless they are faulty or not as described. The stores purchased online cannot be returned to any physical store. Please coordinate with the company for the collection of the goods. For a much detailed information, kindly visit this page.
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How to Contact Brand
For any of queries regarding any of the mainland UK stores, you can call 0344 499 1111. To find your local store, kindly visit this page. For any queries related to your online orders especially for home delivered items, you can send them through email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call at 0344 499 4686.