Stein World introducing 300 pieces at market

Russell, Thomas
October 2007
Furniture/Today;10/1/2007, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p224
Trade Publication
The article reports that accent furniture specialist Stein World is introducing over 300 products at the furniture market in High Point, North Carolina from October 1-7, 2007. In development for the past year, the new items are part of a growth strategy that aims to make Stein World a one-stop shop for accent and occasional furniture. The products include 30 occasional table groups, 125 new accent tables, chests, consoles and credenzas, and 12 new sinks, pieces that represent its core line.


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