- Pining for Good Design. McLean, Vivienne // New Zealand Forest Industries Magazine;Jul99, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p14
Focuses on the design of pine furniture in New Zealand. Reasons of manufacturers for not employing designers; Promotion of New Zealand pine as a furniture material; Reasons for the conservative approach to design in the country. INSETS: Designing export strength;Design lag;In praise of pine.
- Decorating step-by-step. Lynn, Sandra Allen // Southern Living;Mar2000, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p164
Provides information on a technique for aging a piece of pine furniture in order to achieve the look of an antique. Tools for the process; Application of a special glaze; Steps for the process.
- Still selling after all these years. Lea, Jane // Cabinet Maker;06/30/2000, Issue 5194, p12
Reports on the market for pine furniture. Branded favorites; Increasingly diverse imported cabinet designs; British manufacturers; Imports from Denmark, Eastern Europe, Malaysia and China.
- Master of disguise. // Cabinet Maker;8/29/2003, Issue 5353, p28
Focuses on the performance of the pine furniture market in Great Britain. Decline in the marketing of pine furniture; Response of the furniture industry to the customer demands; Factors contributing to the decline.
- Central American flavour. // Cabinet Maker;08/25/2000, Issue 5202, p3
Reports on Kubek Pine's introduction of its extended range of Mexican style furniture in Great Britain.
- Still pining for it. // Cabinet Maker;9/21/2001, Issue 5256, p14
Reports the marketing performance of pine furniture in Great Britain. Affordability of pine furniture; Expansion of the production capacity of pine furniture; Citations on retailers of pine furniture; Designs of pine furniture.
- Manufacturers hit back at claims that `common' pine has lost public favour. Westphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;02/20/98, Issue 5076, p4
Reports on the reaction of British pine furniture manufacturers on an article written in `The Times' newspaper suggesting that the Forestry Commission has switched from growing softwoods to hardwoods due to the declining interest in pine furniture. Comments of designers about pine furniture;...
- BLUE PINE IS GREEN. KAISER, JO-ANN // Wood Products;Jun2013, Vol. 118 Issue 4, p33
The article offers information on Lodgepole pine, the hardest hit wood species for the furniture market and is extensively used for furniture making.
- Adult books: Nonfiction. Kartman, Jon // Booklist;7/1/94, Vol. 90 Issue 21, p1906
Reviews the book `Pine Furniture Making,' by Anthony Hontoir.