Decorative Pillows

April 2006
Furniture/Today;4/24/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 33, p192
Trade Publication
The article presents a consumer research conducted by "Home Accents Today" which shows that decorative pillows are planned purchases in the U.S. Households planning to buy decorative pillows in 2006 allocated more than what was spent in 2005. Baby Boomers comprised the highest percentage of households with decorative pillows on their shopping lists. Minorities have high plan-to-buy indexes for decorative pillows.


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