Making furniture work at home
- The Lines Are Blurring. // Wood & Wood Products;Dec99, Vol. 104 Issue 13, p153
Focuses on the home office furniture segment of the woodworking industry in the United States (US). Number of home-based office workers in the US in 1996 according to a research conducted by Leo J. Shapiro and Associates Inc.; Percentage of sales by Woodworking and O'Sullivan Industries...
- O'Sullivan adds to SOHO lines. Edmonds, Tom // Furniture/Today;5/17/2004, Vol. 28 Issue 36, p26
Reports that the Lamar, Missouri-based office furniture maker O'Sullivan Furniture plans to expand its participation in the SOHO market. Launching of TQ Solutions and ProFlex as part of its Intelligent Designs brand; Design of collections following standards of the commercial market, which...
- Your place or mine? Macniven, Jacqueline // Cabinet Maker;07/17/98, Issue 5097, p14
Focuses on the growth of the home office furniture industry in Great Britain. Emergence of interior designers who specialize in helping to create home offices; Competition between traditional furniture companies in the computer and hidden office markets; Factors contributing to the growth.
- Computers, not furniture, are powering home offices. Molinari, Deanne // Grand Rapids Business Journal;07/20/98, Vol. 16 Issue 29, pB-1
Focuses on the home office as a market for office furniture manufacturers in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Office furniture companies' efforts to satisfy the demands of home office customers.
- Fit for the job. // Cabinet Maker;8/3/2001, Issue 5249, p12
Reports the increase in the demand for home office furniture in Great Britain. Importance of quality in marketing furniture; Presentation of several home office furniture samples; Percentage of adults with personal computers at home.
- Neat & tidy. // Cabinet Maker;05/28/99 Supplement, p27
Focuses on storage system products available in the market spawned by the trend of home office furniture. Key factors that led to the growing demand for versatile furniture and office products; Features of the storage system products; Sales of home office furniture.
- Desq fills home office niche. Edmonds, Tom // Furniture/Today;7/16/2001 Supplement, Vol. 25, p24
Focuses on the home office furniture market niche in the United States explored by Minnesota-based Desq. Range of modular furnishings created at the company; Design firms hired by company officials to design products; Consultative approach to marketing taken by the company.
- Home office may benefit. Russell, Thomas // Furniture/Today;10/31/2005, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p14
Reports on the impact of high gasoline prices on home office furniture vendors in the U.S. Consideration of the price level change as an advantage to the vendors; Speculations on the increase in demands for office furniture; Target areas where home office furniture are in demand.
- Danish designs big on function. McIntosh, Jay // Furniture/Today;6/14/2004, Vol. 28 Issue 40, p34
Features a selection of home office products that were exhibited by manufacturers at the Scandinavian Furniture Fair in Copenhagen, Denmark, in May 2004. Langeskov International's Model 105 desk; Dema's 315 Secretary Desk; System X-88 swivel chair from Ito Design and manufacturer comforto.