Leather sources enhancing value, styling

Gunin, Joan
October 2007
Furniture/Today;10/1/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p176
Trade Publication
The article focuses on furniture companies' utilization of bonded leather for their products. The activity is induced by most furniture companies' perception that bonded leather is more marketable and attractive. They likewise consider the fact that it is 20% to 25% cheaper than premium leathers. Some of the companies who have been utilizing bonded leather are Hamilton Spill Furniture Group, Chateau d'Ax and Klaussner.


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