Monthly Archives: October 2012

Lifting Spirits During Winter – A Few Ideas

Lifting Spirits During Winter Here are a few Ideas for lifting spirits during winter. With the excitement of the Great British summer behind us and the Olympics and Paralympics are now a happy and proud memory. The whole country was swept along with the fitness of life and in some of our cases passed us by! Autumn is here and a cold snap imminently… Read more →

Sealy Beds – magic behind the scenes

Hi Blog readers! Joanne from the bedding department, here at Better Furniture! I have just returned safely from a VERY rainy Cumbria. Does anyone remember the children’s programme ‘Play school’? They used to have this piece in the content that allowed viewers to go through the window… Going through the arched window today…. I visited the Sealy bed factory! What a… Read more →

Silentnight at Better Furniture

          Better Furniture and The Silentnight Group have created the perfect place to choose your new bed. Visit the unique ‘Comfortzone’ at Better Furniture on Southtown Road in Great Yarmouth, where you can try a huge selection of the UK’s most famous beds in a relaxed environment. Whether its memory foam, pocket springs, latex or orthopedic – the most important factor is that… Read more →

Better Furniture Behind The Scenes

Exclusive news from behind the Scenes at Better Furniture. Our design team have been extremely busy sourcing photography equipment for our brand new purpose built photography studio. With Internet shopping, its hard to tell the quality of a product (especially furniture). Although its now easy to compare prices online, sometimes a consumer can be left dissappointed with an inferior product.… Read more →

Tour of Britain

This weekend several of the Better Furniture team took to the streets, to welcome the ‘Tour Of Britain’ cycle race to Great Yarmouth. Riders including Mark Cavendish and eventual stage 1 winner Luke Rowe came within 1.3 miles of the Better Furniture store on Southtown Road. The cyclists could be vaguely seen on the other side of the river from… Read more →