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Posted on August 23, 2019 by Mailbox Blog

Mailbox are delighted to announce the opening of Sofas & Stuff, who are proud to open their 13th showroom in Birmingham.

The new sofa store spans two units in Mailbox, displaying a capsule collection of our British made sofas and chairs. Expert staff will be on hand to provide expertise and design advice.

Sofas & Stuff pride themselves on 70 years of family heritage in the furniture industry. All of their handcrafted sofas, beds and chairs are made to order right here in Britain. Whether you are looking to update a room or are in the midst of a full renovation, Sofas & Stuff are on hand to help.

Express your personality with a truly unique piece of furniture, finished in your choice of any fabric in the world. Sofas & Stuff stand by their craftsmanship and offer a lifetime construction guarantee on all of their British made pieces.

A bespoke service at high street prices, Sofas & Stuff Birmingham is no different. They offer a wide range of house fabrics including stain resistant velvets, linens and prints at an unbeaten price.

They also have an extensive fabric library offering our customers the choice of any fabric in the world. Stocked with the best names in textiles from Mulberry to colefax & Fowler. There’s no need to settle for ordinary when you can have a sofa designed just for you and your home.

Free Design consultations

Whether you’re looking to update a room or are in the midst of a full renovation, Sofas & Stuff Birmingham are on hand to help. From discovering the perfect shape to finding the ideal fabric based on your ideas and lifestyle.

Take home free fabric samples and a spec sheet to measure up and visualise your ideas at home.

Find out more in store on Level 1.


Pamper, Shop

Posted on August 23, 2019 by Lisa Piddington

One of the best things about festival fashion is the literally anything goes attitude, but that doesn’t mean you have to leave your style sense at home. Do as the celebrities do and go for laid-back chic … HARVEY NICHOLS BIRMINGHAM shows you how.

It’s not all about mud, sweat and tears … there’s more to festival style than simply shoving a pac-a-mac into a rucksack and heading off into the wild. From catwalk-inspired tie-dye to slogan tees, it’s a look that may scream “effortless”, but that certainly doesn’t mean you don’t need to put the effort in. So whether it’s the classical chic of Glyndebourne or the “I’m-with-the-band” vibe of the Glastonbury girl, here’s everything you need to take centre stage this summer. Right down to the wellies. Burberry, obvs.

Wildfox Dazed and Amused brushed jersey sweatshirt, £110; Free People Summer Of Love tie-dye kimono, £325; Rains rubberised raincoat, £75;

Gucci Tinsel mesh and leather sandals, £875; Burberry Vintage check neoprene and rubber rain boots, £250; Jimmy Choo Cruz 40 leather biker boots; £895.

Free People Paradise floral-print maxi dress, £110; Paige distressed denim shorts, £200; Free People Normani floral-print midi skirt, £90.

Kenzo logo-print T-shirt, £95; Off-White floral logo print silk scarf, £195; Ragyard parrot-appliquéd T-shirt, £45.

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