Something in store for everybody

Andrews, Susan M.
March 2007
Furniture/Today;3/5/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 26, p28
Trade Publication
The article highlights upholstery design featured in the High Point Market in High Point, North Carolina in March 2007. Retailers will find lots of sofas sporting plain body cloths and patterned accent pillows. Buyers will also find other designs, especially velvets and petite chenilles that look like velvets, animal skin patterns and sparks of metallic threads. Other important motifs include leaves from patterned velvets to geometric prints.


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