Designs on growth in home office

October 2003
Cabinet Maker;10/24/2003, Issue 5361, p7
Trade Publication
Cites the report released by AMA Research titled 'UK Home Office Furniture Market,' which forecasted the important role to be played by design in the home office furniture market.


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