Casual dining sources come into focus

Combs, Heath E.
February 2007
Furniture/Today;2/5/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 22, p53
Trade Publication
The author reports on the dining cabinets exhibits in the house furniture industry in Las Vegas. The manufactures prefer smaller dining cabinets for smaller spaces. The blend of leather on the dining chairs add to its comfort and rich appearance. Comments regarding the issue from Paul Peters of Cochcrane is presented. An overview of the various designs at the exhibition is offered. The influx of customers at the exhibition brought cheer to the dining manufacturing companies.


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