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French furniture brand's 30 stores succumb to closure

Interior's, the furniture brand founded in Le Havre in 1977, faced its final curtain on Friday, May 24. Following its judicial liquidation at the end of April, the company failed to secure a buyer. With nearly 200 employees and 30 stores under its wing, Interior's has succumbed to closure.


With no prospective buyer in sight, the company, insolvent since April 1 and officially placed in judicial liquidation on April 26, had no choice but to bid farewell to its 180 employees and shut down its thirty retail outlets. The commercial court of Le Havre, in its judgment on May 24, sealed the fate of Interior's, ending any hope of continuing operations beyond July.

Founded by Jean-Michel Le Broussois, the brand initially offered a unique selection of artificially aged furniture, replacing traditional English pieces. Over the years, its range expanded to include a variety of solid wood furnishings, all designed in Le Havre and manufactured in France or Asia.

The company conveyed the message that, with a revamped management team and a revitalisation effort, it aimed to embark on a new chapter in its history. However, a decade later, the challenges continued to mount. By 2022, the company initiated a safeguard plan to address its financial struggles. In various locations such as Bordeaux and Vannes, signs emerged indicating that stores had commenced the process of selling off their inventory before permanently shutting down.


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