Summary

"United Kingdom (UK) Living Room Furniture Market to 2025" report offers comprehensive insight and analysis of the Living Room Furniture market (including forecasts up to 2025), the major players, the main trends and consumer attitudes, and COVID-19 consumer research. It provides in-depth analysis of the following: the hot issues impacting the market, market sizes and forecasts, retailer market shares, consumer data and outlook. The report focuses on the following sub-categories: armchairs & settees, suites, seating, table and storage (irrespective of room). The consumer data is derived from two pieces of consumer research. The first was undertaken over October 2020 and the second over February 2021. 2,000 and 3,000 nationally representative UK consumers were interviewed for each survey respectively.

The Living Room Furniture market dipped in 2020 as a result of fulfilment challenges and temporary store closures. Online pureplays were the main beneficiaries of the shift to online amid the pandemic, and retailer online capabilities are now a higher priority to shoppers.


Scope

  • As a result of material shortages and container disruptions, many furniture orders could not be recognised in 2020, bringing down the overall market.
  • Online pureplays were winners in 2020 as consumers became more confident purchasing furniture via the online channel.
  • Quality is the priority over style and price for Living Room Furniture shoppers, suggesting that this should be a focus when advertising products.
  • The online capabilities of retailers are more considered as consumers shop more online for Living Room Furniture.




Reasons To Buy

  • Discover what will drive growth in the Living Room Furniture market out to 2025 to help form an effective growth strategy and target investment to high-performance categories
  • Understand the performance of key players in the market, their customer demographics, and why consumers choose to shop with them.
  • Discover the best performing channels within Living Room Furniture out to 2025.
  • Understand how consumer shopping behaviour and sentiment has changed amid the pandemic.