Renowned Birmingham furniture retailer Lee Longlands saw sales nudge close to the £19 million mark after "returning to its core roots".
The company, which was founded in Broad Street in 1902 where it still has a flagship store, said turnover hit £18.7 million in 2015.
It said this represented an 8.5 per cent average year-on-year increase since the business was restructured by the current board in May 2011.
Operating profit increased by 20 per cent on the previous year to over £460,000 with the net profit rising by 30 per cent to nearly £404,000.
Late last year, a team took over the company in a management buyout which brought to an end more than a century of family rule.
During the year, the business continued with a rebrand by introducing a new logo and marketing campaign themed 'See a different world'.
It has also just refurbished its store in Broad Street opposite Brindleyplace.
Finance director Darren Campo said: "Since we took the business back to its core roots some four years ago, we have concentrated on protecting the fundamental values which the business was built upon.
"This has been achieved by focusing our attention on continuously enhancing the customers buying experience.
"We have also invested heavily in key areas of the business including the recent addition of six new trucks to our distribution fleet for which we are undoubtedly now seeing the benefit in the form of sustained and profitable growth."
The company also has stores in Leamington Spa, Cheltenham, Oxfordshire and Derby.
110 years of Lee Longlands
Lee Longlands opens at 304 Broad Street, selling antiques and furniture, after being founded by Robert Lee and George Longland
The second generation of the two families take over, with Robert Lee and Gilbert Longland at the helm
The art deco-style store is built on Broad Street
The company supplies thousands of miles of fabric to black out buildings in the region
Lee Longlands develops an accessory department selling china, glassware and linens
The Broad Street store is expanded and launches a baby department and children’s play area
The company moves again in Broad Street, to the corner with Granville Street
The now famous “Leave it, Leave it to Lee, Leave it to Lee Longlands” jingle is created and used extensively over TV and radio
Lee Longlands opens store in Leamington