Art Forma adds a second US exclusive

December 2006
Cabinet Maker;12/15/2006, Issue 5518, p3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the selection of upholstery manufacturer Art Forma to be the exclusive British distributor for Maitland Smith, an American manufacturer of furniture and decorative objects. Maitland Smith products will be launched in January 2007. Included in the product line are bedroom, living room and dining room furniture.


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