Subdued color palette seen as key element in upholstery

Evans, Gary
September 2006
Furniture/Today;9/25/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p36
Trade Publication
The article reports on the presentation of upholstery manufacturers at the premarket show held in High Point, North Carolina. Berhanrdt Textiles company continues to expand its contemporary style with combinations of leather and fabric and is using muted naturals like mushroom and chocolate. Schnadig Corp. is expanding with the addition of four groups of upper-end import collection including four sofas. Kincaid Furniture Co. is using cut-and-sewn covers to add value to its product line.


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