How the Top 100 report is compiled

May 2006
Furniture/Today;5/29/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 37, p56
Trade Publication
The article cites that the "Furniture/Today" exclusive top 100 listing ranks furniture stores by sales of furniture, bedding and decorative accessories, including fabric and furniture protection and warranties. A retailer must specialize in home furnishings to qualify. The mix may include electronics, appliances, home textiles, tabletop and other home furnishings, but furniture, bedding and decorative accessories must account for 25 percent or more of the total sales.


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