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Product of the Week: Sophisticated Walnut Twin Pedestal Computer Desk

An old time favourite desk at Hampshire Furniture is this week’s product of the week: the Sophisticated Walnut Twin Pedestal Computer Desk. This large desk has ample storage space for any home office.

Product of the week: Classic Oak Hidden Home Office


Are you limited with space at home and like the idea of having your own home office! We have the perfect item for you. Our Classic Oak Hidden Home Office is a perfect choice for restricted spaces. 

How to Organize Your Home Office


home office

Each part of your home has its own purpose as you sleep in your bedroom and cook in the kitchen. However, if your home office is the heart of your home you need to keep it organized. 

5 Reasons Why You Should Shop Small

The internet has made it possible for millions to shop online and compare prices – selling the latest gadgets to literature. However, there are many reasons why you should shop small this year when buying from a small online business.

1.  By shopping at your local online small businesses, it helps to build Economy as the more money you spend in the community the greater impact it has on the community, instead of spending all your money on large national brands.

Tips to Keep Your Home Office Structured

Home OfficeFor countless people, their family or living space share their home office. This part of the home always seems to look untidy.

Shop Small Spotlight: HF Child

HF Child

The last small business to be featured in our campaign is our very own sister company; HF Child. Launched just a few months ago, HF Child is a small business dedicated entirely to high quality, flat-pack children’s furniture. We said we wouldn't do flat-pack, but when we saw this beautiful furniture we just couldn’t resist.

Shop Small Spotlight: Sewmotion


Calling all crafters, veterans and newbies alike, this shop spotlight is one for you! Introducing Sewmotion, the brainchild of Louisa Goult, a quilter and small-business entrepreneur.