Although it has been slower to arrive than in other industries, sustainability has a clear path in the future of home furnishings in France, as manufacturers are committed to increasing their sustainability initiatives. For instance, since December 2022, the home furniture giant IKEA’s branch in France has been using the Seine River as its main delivery route into Paris.
The demand for space-saving storage furniture is on the rise in France as many consumers reside in apartments or small homes with limited space, particularly in urban areas. Storage furniture, such as underbed drawers and shoe cabinets, is anticipated to maintain some popularity over the forecast period, as it enables efficient organisation of belongings, ensures easy accessibility, minimises clutter, and eliminates the issue of searching through disorganised spaces to find specific items.
Further polarisation of spending is expected from customers in France, with both quality, high-end brands such as Cinna (which continued to register growth in 2022) and well-known private label lines, such as Conforama and But, continuing to gain share at the end of the review period. This was due to an increasing desire for premiumisation among wealthier consumers who like to invest in better quality, more durable furniture and textiles and the lingering impact of the pandemic and rising inflation on the finances of low- to mid-income consumers who cannot afford to spend as much on such items.
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The furniture and other moveable articles in a home that are necessary or useful for comfort and convenience. Items must be new when sold to the consumer; second-hand/used home furnishings are excluded. Antiques are also excluded. Home furnishings refers to indoor living (home textiles, indoor furniture and window coverings), outdoor living (BBQ's, garden sheds and outdoor furniture) and lighting (lighting sources and light fixtures).See All of Our Definitions
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