Declining sales at Dunelm's stores in the 13 weeks to June were somewhat offset by strong online growth.
Like-for-like sales in stores were down 4.6 per cent in the quarter at £179m.
But comparable sales online jumped 41.8 per cent to £30m.
Total revenue declined by 1.4 per cent on the year to £236.5m.
For the year to the end of June, like-for-like revenue was up 4.2 per cent and total growth stood at 9.9 per cent.
Pre-tax profits are expected to be £102m for the year, down from £109.3m last year.
Why it's interesting
Like sofa retailer DFS, which warned this morning that the furniture market will remain challenging in the near future, Dunelm has felt the impact of consumers putting off big ticket purchases.
But the group is now taking action to reduce losses. Its acquisitions Worldstores and Kiddicare are both to be absorbed into the Dunelm brand.
Meanwhile the technology acquired from the Worldstores takeover is set to improve online operations, adding click and collect.
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What Dunelm said
Nick Wilkinson, the ex-Evans Cycles boss whose appointment at Dunelm was announced late last year, said: "I am delighted to have joined Dunelm as it gathers pace on the journey to becoming a truly multi-channel business.
"I firmly believe that our homewares authority, combined with our increasing ability to adapt to evolving consumer trends, means that there is very significant potential for growth of the Dunelm brand. We have expanded our customer reach and digital capabilities significantly over the last twelve months and will continue to do so as we exploit the technology assets which we acquired with Worldstores.
"I am excited about the opportunity at Dunelm and look forward to expanding on my plans for the future of this great brand when we announce our full year results in September."