Jobs are being axed after a giant furniture store on a Sutton Coldfield retail park collapsed two years after opening.
Furniture Barn, on the Princess Alice Retail Park, will close in February after its parent firm called in administrators.
The collapse has also seen it close another store and three warehouses, including one in West Bromwich, with 59 job losses in total.
Joint administrators Nigel Hamilton Smith and Geoff Rowley of FRP Advisory said: "We have granted a six-month operating licence to a new company, The Furniture Barn 2016 Limited, run by directors Nigel Hickman, a former director of Furniture Barn Market Harborough, and Terry Maywood, which will continue operations for that period across the business and ensure retail trading continues as normal for both customers and suppliers across all seven Furniture Barn retail stores.
"The Furniture Barn 2016 Limited has been granted the licence and confirmed it intends to close the stores in Sutton Coldfield and Thurrock by the end of February.
"The Furniture Barn has been operating with more than 100 staff since it entered administration on December 4, 2015 and has continued to trade as normal, purchasing furniture and meeting customer demand.
"During the administration, process we have continually reviewed the financial position of the group and operations of the businesses."
Along with the Sutton Coldfield store, the group is also closing a shop in Thurrock, which will see a total of 14 jobs axed.
Warehouses in Doncaster and Thurrock will also close.
Administrators are assisting staff who have lost their jobs in their claims with the Redundancy Payments Services.