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      07.05.2012 17:06

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      Most awful experience - AVOID at all costs! Bought an Italian sofa for £3,000 in Oct11. When delivered - it turned out the fabric on 3 sofa units were different colours. They agreed to do a replacement sofa. Then IT TOOK 6 MONTHS to get a replacement sofa (seriously!). Countless emails & phone calls from our side - many emails were not even answered by them. Eventually, they informrf me about a delivery day, I took time off work - and they did NOT deliver! When it turned up a week later - the new sofa units are of different fabrics again!!!

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      12.09.2011 11:17
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      Habitat Store

      I was really sad to hear the news recently that Habitat is yet another casualty of this horrible recession and that it has had to close its doors due to administration. This was my favourite stop for everything home related and I often found some very good bargains there as well as some highly priced items. In generally though I thought this was quite a good value store and I'm surprised that it did go under.

      Habitat was founded in 1964 by Terence Conran and according to an article I read, he has said the main reason for the shop's initial success was that Habitat was one of the few places that sold cheap Pasta storage jars just as the market for dried pasta took off in the UK!! Very interesting and I have to say the glass section was one of my favourite part of the store too. They had such a great range of vases and candle holders. They were generally quite thin glass and you could obviously tell they were not of crystal make or quality but for just a couple of pounds each they were a perfect way to decorate your home cheaply. They offered all types of colour, shape and size so you could really tailor them to the look you want, ie tall vase with reeds in, small bowl with pot-pouri, coloured glass to match a room etc.

      Most habitat stores were large, out of town shops which were set up almost like a showroom with the furniture and settings set up so you could see exactly how their products would work in your house and space. Habitat housed just about every thing you needed for every room in your house. There was a really good bathroom section where you could buy towels in all different colours, furniture, accessories etc.

      Their kitchen section was great too. They offered a number of different ranges of crockery with plates, bowls, matching linen ware etc so you could kit out your kitchen in a certain look. In fact, I actually got my wedding china from the shop as at that time they had a lovely duck egg and black design that they were offering. They also did a great range in cutlery, glasses, kitchen accessories that helped you fill your whole kitchen with gadgets and toys.

      Habitat also had a great frame section and I have to say I am unaware where I would go now to find such a good range of frames and clip frames for all your photos, art work etc. The frames were all different shapes and sizes and although some were cheap some were of really good quality.

      Upstairs in the store I frequented most there was the furniture section where you could get beds, children's furniture, office furniture etc. Although I never bought anything from this section it all looked really good and was set up well to showcase what it would look like.

      Habitat - a store I am going to miss!

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        16.12.2009 13:46

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        Over the last twenty years that I've been lusting after their furniture range, Habitat seems to have gone a bit more upmarket and more expensive. Even though this leaves a hole in the market between Ikea and the more expensive furniture shops like Heals, Habitat furniture seem to be much better made these days. I've always found their customer service very good even if you do have to wait for a while to place an order in their busy London stores at mad times. I recently bought a sofa that was going to take 6-8 weeks to deliver. I finally got called up by the delivery people and given a date post Christmas which I was disappointed with as I'd been hoping to have it for our first Christmas in the new home. Rang the store and they got an emergency delivery sorted immediately. Thanks Habitat!

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        15.12.2009 16:17

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        wont shop here ever again

        I have been left very disapointed and angry with the service i have receievd from habitat. Over these last few months i have spent over £1000 in habitat but i am now very reluctant to shop there ever again. You can get some beautiful things from there and great furniture but the hassle you have to go through and the way you are treat is totally not worth it. I orded a sofa, i was told it would be delivered in approx 4 weeks in store however it did say 6 weeks on my recepit. It has now nearly been 9 weeks and i havent heard a thing. Terms and conditions say that i should have recieved an email/telephone call or letter to tell me about the delay, i havent recieved anything. I have rang 5 times and staff were never interested in what i had to say at one point they said they were too busy to deal with it right now! They have told me they would ring me back and never did. They kept telling me they dont deal with the deliverys and literally were not taking any responsibility for my trouble. It wasnt untill today when i rang that somebody offered to ring the head office, they then said it isnt due for another week! I got told it was due 5th Dec abit back so i have little faith in this and dont really believe i will receive my sofa before christmas. I asked the manager at the York store if i could make a complaint, so i continued to tell her my experience and she again wasnt willing to take any responsibiity for the way i had been treat, and seemed to be, in my opinion, very on guard and argumentative. She said all she can say is sorry and that was the first time i had heard that word. I orded £700 worth of stuff from ikea the other week (im decorating my house) and the service i recieved there was perfect. They text you like 4 times upto your delivery to ensure tht it is convieniant for you and it took less than 2 weeks. Fantastic 5* stars for ikea unfortunatly a mere 1* for Habitat and that is because my sofa WHEN I GET IT is nice!!

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        15.12.2009 16:11
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        wont shop here ever again

        I have been left very disapointed and angry with the service i have receievd from habitat. Over these last few months i have spent over £1000 in habitat but i am now very reluctant to shop there ever again. You can get some beautiful things from there and great furniture but the hassle you have to go through and the way you are treat is totally not worth it. I orded a sofa, i was told it would be delivered in approx 4 weeks in store however it did say 6 weeks on my recepit. It has now nearly been 9 weeks and i havent heard a thing. Terms and conditions say that i should have recieved an email/telephone call or letter to tell me about the delay, i havent recieved anything. I have rang 5 times and staff were never interested in what i had to say at one point they said they were too busy to deal with it right now! They have told me they would ring me back and never did. They kept telling me they dont deal with the deliverys and literally were not taking any responsibility for my trouble. It wasnt untill today when i rang that somebody offered to ring the head office, they then said it isnt due for another week! I got told it was due 5th Dec abit back so i have little faith in this and dont really believe i will receive my sofa before christmas. I asked the manager at the York store if i could make a complaint, so i continued to tell her my experience and she again wasnt willing to take any responsibiity for the way i had been treat, and seemed to be, in my opinion, very on guard and argumentative. She said all she can say is sorry and that was the first time i had heard that word. I orded £700 worth of stuff from ikea the other week (im decorating my house) and the service i recieved there was perfect. They text you like 4 times upto your delivery to ensure tht it is convieniant for you and it took less than 2 weeks. Fantastic 5* stars for ikea unfortunatly a mere 1* for Habitat and that is because my sofa WHEN I GET IT is nice!!

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        11.12.2009 22:09

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        AVOID. Try ringing them and you will see for yourself. Call centre is pants.

        Really quick delivery - Spindle Floor Lamp delivered in a matter of days. That's it for the good points the rest has been a disaster.

        Firstly, the lamp was cracked in two places on the lamp.

        Rang Habitat to arrange the collection of this item and they agreed to have someone collect it on the Monday. My wife stayed home to await collection. No-one arrived.

        Tried ringing Habitat - you try giving them a call and see how easy it is get to speak to someone - no answer. Left three messages about getting a call back. No call back.

        Got through to a real person - and they had no records of my previous calls. The chap on the phone said that he would call me straight back after he contacted the courier. No call back (common theme here).
        Sent two emails about the damaged goods with contact details. No call back.

        I have also been in touch with the Guardian Consumer affairs people trying to get them to hurry this matter along. Still no call back.

        Habitat do some really nice things, but if they are damaged and you got it through their online store you are on your own.

        Tried ringing again today, still no way of getting in touch with them.

        Try for yourself before you buy. Would you be able to return an damaged or faulty item?

        Order No. 200004926

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        14.10.2009 21:33
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        Check out the sales for great bargains

        As a mum on a tight budget Habitat is beyond my purchasing power when it comes to many items, as they are an upmarket and well respected furniture store.
        I do however own a few items which I lusted after and finally bought. Sitting pride of place in my dining room is the Radius dining table and chairs and the matching Radius dresser.
        The furniture has received much praise from friends and family and this is mainly because it is solid oak, well built and contemporary in its design.
        Luckily for me I managed to get the dresser half price as it was a display model and the staff could not have been more helpful when it came to this purchase.
        I also own some Habitat art and lighting, both of which are unusual and different from the usual run of the mill stuff.
        Again the store is not cheap but it does do excellent sales and this is how I managed to get most of my items.

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        16.08.2009 01:20
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        Be careful if you spend a lot of money with HABITAT, be warned!

        I have had a bad experience with Habitat cutlery. I purchased at a cost of £100 a Katja stainless steel 16-piece which developed rusty stains on the knives only. I took them back to my local Habitat outlet in Nottingham who refused to refund my cash as I could not find my receipt.

        This is against the law if you had a witness with you when you bought the product which I did have. They did offer me a credit note for the amount but I live 25 miles away from their store, therefore it was impractical to accept that offer.

        I am still waiting for my cash refund of £100 and live in hope of getting it from them. They are notorious for not answering letters sent to their office but will do if you chase them up!

        Good luck if you have a complaint with this IKEA brand.

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        04.06.2009 10:50
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        Homewares that stand out from the rest

        Habitat is really one of a kind - a national chain store selling contemporary home furnishings. I say national, but the stores can be few & far between, & you may have to travel a little way to find one. We used to have a branch in my hometown of Hull many years ago, but by the time I reached adulthood & was in the market for some modern home funishings, the store had gone. It's becoming increasingly evident that no-one wants anything decent in my town...

        But I do have a couple of branches within approx. 60 miles of my home, & I visit them both several times a year. I love the stylish products available, & have always found them to be excellent quality. It's often hard to find quality modern furnishings, unless you live in a BIG city, so Habitat make the contemporary more accessible for us all.

        Prices can be high-end, particularly the larger pieces of furniture, such as sofas. I haven't personally bought any large pieces of furniture - I go more for the funky accessories, such as picture frames, vases etc, which tend to be priced higher than other stores but are worth it for something a bit more unusual.

        My latest purchase was a chunky dinner set in a gorgeous deep turquoise colour. Just perfect to match my decor, & bang on-trend like everything else in the store. Perfect that is until it came to loading it into the dishwasher.....the large plates turned out to be larger than standard sizes & don't fit! Now I can't fit much at all in the dishwasher! Very disappointed, but I'll persevere as I do love the colour... Be careful when buying at stores such as this & IKEA - continental sizing abounds & can be very different to what our appliances/furniture are compatible with.

        If you're looking for something modern & of good quality, then be sure to check this store out. For modern style at cheaper prices, check out habitat's sister store, IKEA.

        (Also published on ciao under the same name).

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        05.01.2009 21:50
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        Watch out for discount vouchers, they're easy to find

        Habitat was the sixties brainchild of the talented British designer Terrance Conran (now knighted). And it's easy to forget, after more than forty years of furniture and home ware retailing, that once upon a time Habitat occupied the budgetary and cultural position now held by Ikea: good design priced aggressively thanks to thoughtful sourcing, design, construction and distribution. It was so successful at that, of course, that in 1992 it was purchased by Ingvar Kamprad, the founder of Ikea, which marked the start of a deliberate shift up-market.

        Habitat is, therefore, no longer the affordable source of democractic good design for all. Prices are for the more aspirational homeowner, usually younger and in search of contemporary design that works equally well in a modern apartment and in a Victorian terrace. That said, a clever trick of Habitat is to sell both £2000 sofas and £20 picture frames. I can't afford the former but the excellent design and build quality of the latter means I have several of the latter. Even if you can't afford the show stopping furniture, everyone should be able to find something to take home a little bit of good Habitat design.

        Some produce is very good indeed: cutlery and kitchenware are of notable quality and the designs are consistently stylish without being overly kitsch. However beware that Habitat's procurement chain seems to have discovered some unreliable suppliers. So impressed with a friend's stainless steel wardrobe rail that he had bought a few years ago from Habitat, I bought exactly the same design. The difference was quite noticeable: welding joints were much more poorly finished and the casters were of a lesser quality. Just be aware that you should carefully inspect and test all furniture in store to be aware what it is you are actually buying: on big ticket items the mark up can be disproportionate to the difference in quality between the Habitat product and the Ikea equivalent.

        Watch out for discounts and join the Habitat mailing list. I've now received so many invitations to preview evenings and discount vouchers that I no longer enter the store without at least a 10%, if not 20% discount in my hand. Similarly I wouldn't buy a large piece of Habitat furniture without waiting for the January clearances.

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          17.10.2002 19:50
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          In June we ordered a sofa from Habitat, Bluewater. We were told to allow 6 weeks for delivery. Our sofa was given an initial date of 3/9/02. We were then informed that it wouldn't be until 17/09/02 as they had run out of the requested fabric. This was not a huge problem. A few days before delivery was due, they called again, saying the fabric still wasn't in and they would have another delay until 7/10/02. Of course, come the day before, they inform us, still no fabric but the sofa will definitely be delivered to us on 16/10/02. The deliverey company left a message on the answermachine to confirm this. On the day itself, we are informed "still no fabric". It will now be delivered after 6/11/02. Meanwhile, we complained to the manager and as we had been with no sofa for 5 months he agreed to deliver a courtesy sofa until ours was ready. The courtesy sofa arrived by courier, yesterday. One man and a huge sofa. I helped him up to my first floor flat as best I could, but we couldn't manage to turn the sofa to get it through the door. The courier couldn't wait. I now have a sofa stuck in my hallway. I have asked habitat to send their removal people to do the job properly. They have said I will have to pay for this service. The manager of the store himself admits that rarely can they deliver sofas on time. They get hundreds of complaints a week. If this is a known fact, it should be pointed out to the customer on purchase. Five months later we are still sitting on the floor!

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            19.09.2002 22:47
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            I have never really had any dealings with Habitat, no major purchases anyway. It's always been the place I get my tea towels but that's pretty much it. I wouldn't touch their kitchenware section – always a believer in buying quality pots and pans from a recognised manufacturer as opposed to a company who makes them to fill a section in the shop. For about four months now we've been looking for a dining table. Now, you may think that should be easy, I certainly did when the venture started out, but let me tell you otherwise. I had no idea quite how many dining tables there were out there, how much they all cost, let alone the cost of the chairs to go with, and to be honest if I liked one then my lovely other half didn't and vice versa. It was quite by chance that I popped into Habitat to look at shelving when a table caught my eye. Excited I phoned my girlfriend to tell her to go Habitat and take a look. She'd already been that same morning, she didn’t like the shelves I had found, but she too had seen a dining table that she really liked. And guess what? Yes, it was the same table. Hooray. We had finally found a table we both liked. Several times we walked through Habitats around London looking at our table. There it was, solid oak and large enough to seat ten people for dinner. We sorted the flat out and went back two weeks ago to pay for and order the table. It took a few minutes to put the order through, the lady who dealt with us had some of the best customer service skills I have ever come across in a high street shop. She was relaxed, charming, funny, friendly and above all – highly efficient. We were given a choice of delivery dates, and went for a weekend at the same cost as a weekday delivery as it was the only day we could do for several weeks and they were keen to make the sale. It took precisely s
            ix days for the table to arrive. We ordered on a Sunday and received it the following Saturday, having rejected both a Wednesday and Thursday delivery. A five day turn-a-round from any shop is impressive, but we could have had it within three working days. That’s pretty damn good. We also ordered benches and not chairs to go with table, this made it cheaper and also saved a lot of space as the benches are designed to go perfectly and neatly under the table. We have a big room for it, but not that big! Along with these we also ordered two bookcases. We were advised that they now came in an oak finish so would match the table. As we hadn't seen this in the catalogue or in the shop we were pleased to have this pointed out to us. Again, good product knowledge from the member of staff. We were contacted on the Thursday by Habitat to confirm the delivery and make sure that there were no problems, or anything that may prevent the delivery from happening, i.e No parking for the van, No access to the flat from the road etc. Were contacted again on the day of delivery by the driver of the van giving us a two hour window for delivery. Obviously they were later than they said but only by five or ten minutes, and the traffic was really bad on our road, so they did quite well. The furniture was brought in for us and we were given the forms to sign "Unchecked" so that we could report any damage when we inspected them later. All of the furniture arrived flat-packed and very well protected. The dining table took us about ten minutes to put together – it's a bit of a brute and very, very heavy. The benches took about the same, and the bookshelves took me about twenty-five to thirty minutes per case. So within two hours were now fully furnished. The quality of the furniture is outstanding, especially the dining table and benches. They are solid oak, not veneered, and have the most
            beautiful grain. The bookcases are real oak veneer over chip board. They are thick and sturdy and will easily hold up to the weight of my cookbooks, unlike the cheaper Argos bookcase I had previously purchased for this job which is now a heap in the basement after two shelves snapped. I had always thought Habitat to over-priced, and they are on many of their items. However, I do not feel that the price we paid for the goods we received one week after ordering was too much for them. The table was £649.00, the benches £185.00 each, and the bookcases, I think, were about £180.00. It was a big spend for us, and a big decision, but Habitat have come up trumps and I cannot fault the service or the goods we received. I walked out of two shops beforehand when trying to buy bookcases because of bad customer service. One shop asked me to join another queue after I had been queuing already for ten minutes and they wanted to close the customer service desk, and at another I was completely ignored whilst the two girls behind the counter chatted about their Saturday nights. The cases from Habitat were more than we wanted to pay, but we were won over buy the knowledge and friendliness of the staff member. So, for all it’s faults, and I’m sure it has many, Habitat came up trumps this time and proved to be one of the better High Street furniture shops. I will not hesitate in going back there again. It does seem that you do get what you pay for after all. The branch we purchased from was Habitat, Kingston Upon Thames. They website www.habitat.co.uk is very good for pictures of their furniture, but you can't get a real feel for the stuff until you see it. They're very good at making some of their more "unusual" designs look very good on the internet, when you see them however, it's sometimes a bit of a shock. They do have a catalogue which costs £2.00, or
            free if you spend over £10.00 in the shop. I know a lot of people don't like habitat and think it's overpriced, but when you've spent finve months looking at dining table costing from £89.00 to £9,000 - yes that's right, you see that some of their stuff is actually really good quality at a very reasonable price. And to be honest, it's not like we buy a dining table every two months - I expect atleast 10 years out of this one, but hopefully a lot more.

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              13.09.2002 19:02
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              A while back we bought a (Jasper) sofa from Habitat which turned out to be a disaster. It collapsed on one side, they eventually sent someone to fix it, three months later it collapsed again, we insisted on a replacement, then waited the 4-6 weeks we were told it would take for a new carcass to be delivered, but were then told after 8 weeks that it would take another 7 weeks before it would be with us. Throughout all this, letters/faxes/e-mails we?d sent were rarely responded to promptly, and we had no faith that after another 7 weeks we would receive our new sofa. We insisted on a refund, they agreed, we chose a lovely new sofa from somewhere else, and Habitat collected the old one promising a cheque within two weeks. Inevitably the cheque didn?t turn up and two weeks later I was still chasing it up, although it has now finally arrived. It took me many many years to persuade my husband to shop at the store again after a previous sofa problem we?d had when we were first married. I should have taken his advice and I certainly will now. I?m way too busy to be writing this all up here but it?s a measure of how aggravated I?ve been by the whole Shabitat experience that I?m prepared to find the time to warn others.

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                How to be a cool middle class couple in one very easy lesson.... Anonymous, asexual, androgynous, assymetrical, angular, antiseptic, artistic, aspidistra (sorry, but I was getting bored....) Habitat is a store that you go to when you're a very cool and trendy couple who want some marvellously sparse black and white ornaments for your chic newly wed pad in the country. It's a sort of air conditioned IKEA store for Little Englanders everywhere and like IKEA it shares that very cheap and nasty, irrelevant feell. Things are very snazzy and impressive on the surface, but do you really need a picture frame with a picture of a hedgehog on it - what on earth for, you loser? It's all extremely middle class and coffee table, style without the substance, the most horrible way imaginable to spend a hot Bank Holiday afternoon, all woolen throws to hurl across your leather suite to make things look very Bohemian and swish. And around every corner there's one of those very sickly customer service assistants, eagerly trying to get you to take up their credit card offer, so they can high pressure sales pitch you to death and get you to enter their very up market world. Pah! Humbug, etc... Those hateful people are the only bit of feeling and passion that you'll encounter in the entire place and you need to be prepared to blend in with the faceless hordes. 'Tain't my cup of decaff, Im afraid... Now, undoubtedly, Habitat do have a lot of good things on offer and if you're on the look out for furniture and trinkets and ornaments and gadgets then it's as good or bad as any of the others, all pretty nasty compact disc storage units and office furniture covered in those very, very unlifelike faux computers to attract in the big boys amongst you who just have to check whether they're real or not. When me and Mrs D moved back from London to a brand new house in Stafford in 1988, we spe
                nt an awful lot of weekends to the branch of Habitat that you can find (could find?) near Birmingham, just off Junction 10 of the M6, so unfortunately I have got lots and lots of experience of wearing out shoes in Habitat stores and it’s not a pleasant thought I can tell you. Just for the moment, my dears, however, let’s suspend all disbelief and cynicism and let me tell you the tale of Habitat, a jolly, hard working place where all sorts of magical things can happen, where an old pixie by the name of Terence Conran set about trying to make his fortune as an entrepreneur. Way back in May 1964 in the midst of swinging London, Conran formed the Habitat organisation and opened his first store in the Fulham Road in London, with the intention ‘of selling well designed contemporary housewares and home furnishings’, i.e. trendy junk. Old Conran had set his sights on nothing less than bringing a whole new approach to homeware design and thought he could revolutionise our lives forever and apparently he ‘believed that people would buy well designed objects if they were offered them at a price they could afford.’ He also sought to introduce all sorts of stuff from foreign cultures to the UK and has the dubious honour of bringing the duvet to our shores – eiderdowns are so passe, my dear. Conran was recently quoted in The Observer, thus: “It wasn't until the end of the 50s that the economy expanded sufficiently and young people had money to spend. You begin to see the effects of the Festival of Britain in the early 60s when I opened Habitat. Young people were offered things they hadn't seen before and they were able to indulge in something different from their parents. “I'm sure the Festival was the beginning of a great revolution in this country where we are perceived as the most creative nation in the world. We're thought of as the great happening place in the world,
                and the Festival of Britain lit that touchpaper.” Thinks a lot of himself, don’t he? Now Conran has long since moved on to pastures new and Habitat went public in 1981. It merged with Mothercare and Storehouse but things went badly and in the early 1990s, IKEA stepped in to buy up the chain and make it into a mirror image of that other trendy waste of a Bank Holiday. So, if you go down to the woods today, be sure to go in disguise, because every designer that ever there was is out to get you. Give it a miss – Habitat, a Seventies phenomenon that is past its sell by date…

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                  15.09.2000 05:50
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                  There is something reassuring about walking into a Habitat store, I think it's the quality that pervades throughout the place, whereever you look there is trendy lighting, beautifully displayed items, attractive and helpful staff....I could go on. The main advantage of Habitat is that you can browse for what you want in their catalogue at home before going into town to pick up what you want, and it always seems to be in stock whenever I shop this way. They have a great range of ideas in store, it's worth going in just to get a sense of the sorts of style you could opt for if you were overhauling a room or even a full house. The range is great, a little on the pricey side, but well worth it, these are top quality items, and could be classed as a bargain regardless of the price.

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