Maitland-Smith's relaxed-look line expanding

Russell, Thomas
September 2004
Furniture/Today;9/20/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on upscale furniture and accessory importer Maitland-Smith's success with its relaxed elegance styling, and on its plans to expand the look. Addition of 150 items to the High Point, North Carolina market in April 2004; Elimination of intricate carvings, inlays and extra drawers to lessen cost of products.


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