Extra sensory perceptions
- DFS. // Cabinet Maker;08/04/2000, Issue 5199, p10
Evaluates DFS' furniture store along Cobridge Road in Hanley, England.
- A 1950s Flashback. // Architectural Digest;Sep99, Vol. 56 Issue 9, p38
Features the 1950 furniture and interior accessories shop owned by Tony Delorenzo in New York City, New York. Reason given by Alan Wanzenberg for shopping; Some of the pieces offered; Contact information.
- The big picture. // Cabinet Maker;2/11/2005, Issue 5425, p15
The article informs that one of the fundamental ways in which people express themselves is by the music they listen to or the art they have on their walls. Some friends are avid fantasy movie buffs so it's no surprise that a framed poster of Harry Potter and his friends stare down at them from...
- Elizabeth II in New York. // Architectural Digest;Nov99, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p304
Reveals the interior decoration accessories offered at Elizabeth Street shop in New York City, New York. Contact information.
- Ethnic Variety in Los Angeles. // Architectural Digest;Apr2000, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p52
Describes the Arte de Mexico, a home accessories shop in Los Angeles, California. Remarks from the shop's vice president, David Stoffers; Sample of pieces featured in the shop; Information on the store's specialties.
- IN THE SHOWROOMS. Simpson, Jeffrey // Architectural Digest;Apr2002, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p176
Features several stores that sell interior decoration accessories in New York City. Morjikian; Holly Hunt Showroom; Colefax & Fowler.
- Baron's Sale. // Architectural Digest;Oct99, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p36
Reports on the items sold at Red Baron's auction house in Atlanta, Georgia. Contact information.
- Florida Fantasy. // Architectural Digest;Oct99, Vol. 56 Issue 10, p36
Reports on the interior decoration accessories and furniture offered at the shops of Lars Bolander in Florida. Comments from shopper, David Purdie; Contact information.
- Celtic expansion for DFS as sales jump 20%. Kidd // Cabinet Maker;10/22/99, Issue 5160, p4
Reports that the DFS company will make its entry into the Scotland and Northern Ireland upholstery markets. Revenues from 1996 to 1999; Purchase of the Lincoln House factory; Construction of additional retail outlets.