Brentwood debuts Couture

Knell, Michael J.
March 2007
Furniture/Today;3/5/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 26, p2
Trade Publication
The article features the Not So Classic Collection of upholstery from stationary upholstery producer Brentwood Classics and by designer Normand Couture. The collection has 10 key pieces including multipurpose and interconnected sofas and ottomans, chairs and loveseats. Price of sofas range from Canadian $999 to Canadian $1. Target consumers are rural clientele and urban professionals.


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