Luxury Top-of-Bed

April 2006
Furniture/Today;4/24/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 33, p201
Trade Publication
The article presents a research conducted by "Home Accents Today" which shows that top-of-bed lines are planned purchases in the U.S. High-income households comprised a large portion of those that planned to buy luxury top-of-bed. Minorities also planned to buy luxury top-of-bed at rates exceeding their presence in the population. Other demographic groups with high plan-to-buy indexes include families with children, married, and apartment renters.


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