New day for case goods

Linville, Jeff
March 2007
Furniture/Today;3/5/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 26, p1
Trade Publication
The article highlights the design of case goods featured in the March 2007 High Point Market in High Point, North Carolina. Case goods may start out as Edwardian or antique Chinese. Their traditional style may be updated with the addition of contemporary or transitional touches. Some of the design influences included Edwardian and Chinese, Spanish colonial, Empire, British West Indies and Louis Philippe.


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