German bedroom furniture manufacturer Rauch celebrates its 125th anniversary this year – and, when it comes to making quality, on-trend product, that's a long history from which to draw, states the business …

"Did you know that?Adidas were founded in 1924??They definitely know their trainers," states Rauch.

"Disney were founded a year earlier, in 1923. They have gone from strength to strength, and are not just any old Mickey Mouse company!

"Tesco were founded in 1919. After 103 years, they certainly know their onions when it comes to groceries.

"But Rauch were founded before any of them –?in 1897.?A whopping 125 years ago. So, you could say we definitely know a thing or two about bedroom furniture!

"With experience comes know-how, understanding and expertise. Yet?we are still striving to improve each and every year to maintain our position as Europe’s number-one manufacturer of wardrobes and bedroom furniture.

"We believe our latest collection of wardrobes are the best yet, offering innovation, along with a vast choice of designs, sizes, finishes and price points to bring quality and style to any home.

"From our stylish new Purisma and Champagne ranges to our super-practical, highly customisable Quadra-Spin and Quadra corner robes, along with many others, the feedback from recent furniture shows and our own 125-year anniversary celebration at our head office in Freudenberg, has been exceptional, proving that we remain the market leader, where others follow.

"After a difficult two?years for every industry, including a global pandemic, supply chain issues, material cost increases, unprecedented fuel price rises, war in Europe and political tensions across the world, there are still some things that we can all trust and rely on.

"Adidas will continue to sell sportswear by the bucket load, Disney will remain a leading provider of entertainment to the masses, Tesco will carry on feeding millions of customers every day –?and Rauch will continue to supply high-quality, innovative, German-manufactured, sustainable wardrobes.

"Here’s to the next 125 years."