Find out how online mattress companies Casper, Emma, Eve and Leesa compare for delivering on time. And discover which high street stores, including John Lewis and Ikea, give the best advice and service.
A year of promotional messages from 12 of the biggest kitchen and bathroom companies, including Bathstore, Victoria Plum, Wickes and Wren Kitchens, has found sales that were potentially confusing and misleading to consumers.
We've reviewed fitted wardrobe specialists Hammonds, Sliderobes and Sharps, plus high-street brands Ikea and John Lewis, for their fitted bedroom furniture. Find out which brand came top in our exclusive customer survey.
Cot bed mattresses can cost anywhere from £45 up to £250. Find out if our tests have found any correlation between cot mattress price and performance and if you'd be better with a cheap cot mattress or an expensive one.
We first tested the Stokke Tripp Trapp in 2009, and have retested it to see how it measures up in 2019, and whether other convertible wooden high chairs are giving the Tripp Trapp a run for its money. We've also just published new reviews of nine other high chairs, including a retest of the Chicco Polly Magic and tests on two Hauck models.
Ikea Greenwich opens today, and the furniture giant claims it's its 'first leading sustainable store in the UK.' What does that mean for eco-friendly shoppers?
Which? uncovers six new Best Buys in our latest test of AA and AAA rechargeable batteries, but we also found the worst battery we’ve seen in years.
Three fitted kitchen brands scored highly enough to be awarded Best Buy status for their kitchen units when we assessed them in our expert lab tests
With a total of 23 models tested and prices ranging from £16 to £689 you're sure to find the ideal bag for your next summer holiday
New testing adds 20 fire-risk fridges, freezers and fridge freezers to Which? list of Don't Buys, including models from AEG, Candy, Ikea and KitchenAid