Ooh la la

Gay, Alison
February 2004
Cabinet Maker;2/13/2004, Issue 5375, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on the design and quality of products presented at the Salon du Meuble furniture show in Paris, France. Companies that showcased their products in the Metropole pavilion; Low-slung theme; Dominant upholstery shapes and colors; Sophisticated coloring; Texture and colors of plastic and glass; Materials and finishings.


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