New Age revival

Pulling, Jenny
January 1998
Cabinet Maker;01/23/98, Issue 5072, p16
Trade Publication
Discusses the reinvention of showwood upholstery and house furniture in Great Britain. Aim to appeal to a young market; Colors and finishes; Renaissance range from Ercol; Cordelia model from G Plan; Modena suite from Cintique; Natuzzi's Spagnesi range; Oxford range from Yeoman's. INSET: You said it in 1997..


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