Time travellers

Baum, Stephanie
August 2004
Cabinet Maker;8/27/2004, Issue 5403, p27
Trade Publication
Examines the purchasing behavior of furniture buyers. Factors affecting the purchasing decisions of furniture shoppers; Furniture commonly preferred by younger buyers; Companies that sell traditional furniture designs; Reasons why traditional furniture is not very popular among younger buyers.


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