Sue Fisher King Sophisticated standout

Barnes, Mark
March 2007
Furniture/Today;Spring2007 Supplement, Vol. 31, p20
Trade Publication
The article spotlights Sue Fisher King, owner of the home furnishings store in San Francisco, California that is named after her. According to King, she keeps ahead of the competition by constantly shopping in Europe and New York to find out trends in design. She also reveals that what she sells in her store and her Web site focus on the unusual and sophisticated. King shares the ways she keeps her high-end customers loyal.


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