The Fair Trade Furniture Company located at Unit 25-26, Norton Enterprise Park, Whittle Rd, Salisbury SP2 7YS, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01722 340882

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Trevor Hall

5 Google Rating

One of the best companies I've ever had the pleasure of dealing with. We ordered our furniture and

5/ 5

One of the best companies I've ever had the pleasure of dealing with. We ordered our furniture and absolutely everything went according to plan, seamless from initial chat at a show, through to delivery. Everything this company promises to do, it does. The excellent quality of the products are matched by the quality of service.

Matthew Witt

5 Google Rating

Lovely furniture designs, all fairly traded and ethically sourced, and a very personable service too

5/ 5

Lovely furniture designs, all fairly traded and ethically sourced, and a very personable service too. I would suggest visiting the showroom to get the real feel for their products and to meet Hugh and the team.

maureen lamb

5 Google Rating

I would highly recomend. A lovely 70 th birthday present from me to me. Thank you to all who made my

5/ 5

I would highly recomend. A lovely 70 th birthday present from me to me. Thank you to all who made my furniture. Wroth every penny.

Chomphoo Plastow

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

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