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Hi. Welcome to the MADE.COM Press Hub. Want to find out what’s been making headlines? Here you’ll find press releases, hi-res imagery and all our latest news.

Hot off the press

Hi. Welcome to the MADE.COM Press Hub. Want to find out what’s been making headlines? Here you’ll find press releases, hi-res imagery and all our latest news.

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Hello, happy office: Upgrade your WFH setup

After more than one year of working from home, MADE.COM has put a spotlight on the home office with a new range of furniture and home accessories to help customers create their ideal WFH spaces. The new collection also coincides with the introduction of a new styling service, ‘Workspace Stylists’, and a dedicated Spotify playlist compiled by MADE staff – both available for free to customers. Read more

Now trending: The feeling's neutral

This month, create a sanctuary at home. MADE is turning to fuss free colour palettes and ‘all the feels’ fabrics for the ultimate cocooning experience. Raw and organic finishes are mixed with ‘70s style curves and elevated materials for a sense of understated luxe.

Design Director, Ruth Wassermann, says: "Soft palettes of off-whites and neutrals, coupled with really textural materials like boucle and sheepskin have a really grounding effect – the perfect antidote for the harsher realities of the outside world." Read more

Over two thirds of Brits shopping homeware online every month

As the nation emerges from 2020, shoppers are investing more and more into their homes, a survey by European design brand MADE.COM reveals. In the poll of 1,000 adults across the UK, MADE found that more than two thirds of Brits (68%) shopped online for their home at least once a month last year. 1 in 5 (19%) did so multiple times per week. Read more

2021 Trend Predictions

The nation’s new-found love for interiors doesn’t look to be slowing up, with homes still factoring high on the priority list for the year ahead. Here, MADE’s Design Director Ruth Wassermann shares her top interior trend predictions for 2021, from home resets to new found optimism. Read more

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