PJ Kids Making Basics Better

April 2005
Home Textiles Today;4/14/2005 High Point Supplement, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the introduction by PJ Kids of its top selling-line of furniture, Better Basics, in three finishes at the International Home Furnishing Market. Design of the colored finishes in the Better Basics line; Comment of Stewart Paul, president of PJ Kids, on this product introduction; Plan of Paul for the exhibition.


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