Sofas stolen from Reid Furniture
- GOOD WEEK BAD WEEK. // Cabinet Maker;1/9/2004, Issue 5370, p31
Recounts the experience of a British couple who ordered sofas from Reid Furniture and had to wait out a delay in the delivery using inflatable furniture.
- Staff cutbacks begin to bite. // Cabinet Maker;3/21/2008, Issue 5580, p3
The article announces job losses in several furniture companies in Great Britain. Various factors contributed to staff cutbacks in the country, including decreased sales, restructuring of staff and the tough economic climate. Wood Brothers Inc. intends to restructure its business to make use of...
- Reid Furniture consulting with Steinhoff. // Cabinet Maker;11/21/2008, Issue 5615, p7
The article reports that the company Reid Furniture is consulting with the South African company Steinhoff International Holdings Ltd., that could make it a major part of the Great Britain's upholstery division. If the deal is finalized, it will create one of the largest furniture retailers in...
- Peter Guild move keeps retailers happy. // Cabinet Maker;10/22/99, Issue 5160, p4
Reports that upholstery firm Peter Guild has launched the contemporary sofa Torino at its October At Home exhibit.
- Design hotline. // InStyle;Jul99, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p220
Provides tips in choosing a sofa. Use of smaller-scale pieces to save space; Combination of a small sofa with big chairs; Advantages of using solid colors or small prints; Description of the sofa owned by actress Lea Thompson.
- New products: contemporary upholstery. // Cabinet Maker;10/16/98, Issue 5110, p12
Features sofas with contemporary upholstery designs, available as of October 16, 1998. Cordeza from Soft Options; Alstons' Manhattan range; 1694 leather model from Natuzzi.
- Continental Sofa with Tapestry Upholstery. // Art & Antiques;Oct2011, Vol. 34 Issue 8, preceding p18
An image of a Continental Sofa with Tapestry Upholstery is presented.
- Upholstery. // Furniture/Today;4/2/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 30, p115
Photographs of several upholstery products including Draper sofa from Patagonia Trading Co., Atwood chair from Gus Modern, and Decker sofa from Paladin Industries Inc. are presented.
- ScS and Reid in jobs talks. // Cabinet Maker;2/15/2008, Issue 5575, p4
The article reports that two furniture retailers in Great Britain including ScS Upholstery PLC and Reid Furniture are in the consultation for the dismissal of employees due to deteriorating sales. David Knight, chief executive officer of Scs, states that the company is looking at costs to ensure...