Throughout every key cultural happening, Habitat has been there to reflect the times in furniture form, and Habitat voucher codes are now another symbol of our modern times, letting us order contemporary furniture and interior accessories with the touch of a button.
There aren’t too many British furniture stores who could warrant their very own exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, but there’s something very correct about Habitat having one to celebrate its 30th birthday way back in 1994. Yes, that means that this very forward-thinking, very contemporary retailer has been with us for over 50 years, and yet Habitat still manages to feel relevant and important to the way we style our homes in the 2010s. So how do they do it?
A History of Happy Homes with Habitat Voucher Codes
Back in the 1960s, the British public had never seen anything quite like Habitat and in the last 50 years they’ve continued to emphasise this point of difference with their unique designs and products. Back in 1964, Terence Conran’s first Habitat shop on Fulham Road sold European-influenced home furnishings (paper lampshades and wicker baskets, anyone?) and two years later, Habitat By Post could be seen as an early incarnation of Habitat voucher codes, letting those UK residents who didn’t live in trendy Chelsea purchase their fashionable items. The 1980s is quite rightly seen as the pinnacle Habitat decade with a huge international expansion, capitalising on the trend for sleek urban interiors and producing wallpaper designs in collaboration with the V&A.
And when it comes to Habitat in the present day, the company celebrated its 50th birthday by launching its Design Reunion project, bringing back together some of its most lauded designers, and expanding its Mini Habitat stores. Of course, these days you can get all this design goodness whether you live near a modern Habitat branch or not with our selection of Habitat promo codes and the vast range of their classics and contemporaries available online.
With their focus being very much on the latest designs and trends, it seems fitting that Habitat discount codes have their finger on the pulse when it comes to anything interiors related. If you want to get a sense of what’s current, or what’s on the horizon, it’s well worth paying it a visit to the Habitat blog before spending with Habitat discount codes, with features that cover decorating with pastel pinks, copper furniture and home accessories in bright yellow. Although don’t try out all of these things at once.
They sell items in all shapes and sizes, so it follows that Habitat delivery terms come in different shapes and sizes too, or rather different prices and time scales depending on what you’re ordering:
Smaller items and selected accessories – Free delivery on orders over £50, or £4.95 when spending less.
Furniture and large items – Free delivery on orders over £500, or £9.95 when spending less.
Delivery times vary depending on what Habitat items you are ordering, but estimates can be found on the specific product pages on the Habitat site. All Habitat returns are free, although conditions apply depending on type of item ordered, and those ordered online cannot be returned in store with collection arranged by Habitat.
How to Contact Habitat
As well as referring to the Habitat FAQ page, you can email them with any questions on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0344 499 4686, and if you need to contact your nearest Habitat store direct, call their Store Locater line on 0344 499 1111.
Habitat on Social Media
Whereas the Habitat site contains their comprehensive collection, the Habitat social media pages shift the focus to their very latest collections such as their Henry Holland designs. On their Facebook and Twitter pages you’ll see behind the scenes clips of launch parties and interviews with designers, and you can follow all the current updates using hashtags like #henryforhabitat across all their social media platforms including Instagram.
There are more behind the scenes videos to be found on YouTube including glimpses into celebrity homes for all you voyeurs out there (because we’d all like to see inside Giles Coren’s kitchen) as well as a look into their home of Henry Holland so we all have something to aspire to…
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