- Rochester debut from AH. // Cabinet Maker;05/26/2000, Issue 5189, p4
Reports that house furnishings company Ashley House launched the Rochester upholstery range.
- Promo upholstery pours on the value. Long O'Mara, Sheila // Furniture/Today;10/30/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p12
Focuses on the market performance of the promotional upholstery segment of the house furnishings industry in the United States in October 2000. Changes in key price points; Available product designs; Market performance of various industry players.
- Upholstery vendors seek better values. Gunin, Joan // Furniture/Today;07/17/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 44, p55
Reports on trends shaping the upholstery trade in the United States in 2000. Shift away from chenille toward prints in contemporary or traditional themes; Quest for upscale feminine looks; Popularity of fabrics that exude comfort, luxury and softness in the residential upholstery segment.
- Have sales in leather upholstery peaked? Phimister, Douglas; Schofield, Darren; Commander, Lee; Melling, Jackie; Simpson, Jean // Cabinet Maker;3/10/2006, Issue 5478, p9
The article presents the opinion of British furniture industry experts on whether the sales of leather upholstery have reached its peak. Lee Commander of Petco Fine Furnishers think that it has because people are going off leather because it is cold. Jackie Melling of Edingtons Furnishers...
- ScS keeps expanding. // Cabinet Maker;08/06/99, Issue 5149, p5
Reports on the entry of house furnishing industry ScS into the South of England.
- THE ITALIAN JOB. Gunin, Joan // Furniture/Today;3/14/2005 Supplement, Vol. 29, p10
Focuses on the efforts of Italian leather upholstery manufacturers in holding its reputation of fine leather craftsmanship and the premier import supplier of upholstered seating in the U.S. market with the advent of China in the market. Comparison of the upholstery shipments that came from China...
- Add in sales for the unexpected. // Cabinet Maker;3/10/2006, Issue 5478, p21
This article reports on the warranty systems available for buying new furniture. Any kind of accident or damage is covered. Warranties carry up to a 50% margin so they are very profitable. They also increase sales because of customer satisfaction and service.
- Your questions answered. // Cabinet Maker;04/06/2001, Issue 5232, p6
Presents answers to queries related to the house furnishings industry in Great Britain as of April 6, 2001. Fire safety regulations governing the sale of upholstery throws; Manufacturing fault in having residual cotton seeds trapped in the weave of a settee; Legal obligations of company...
- Bargain hunt. Bradbury, Lynn // Cabinet Maker;2/18/2005, Issue 5426, p43
Reports on the strategies and ways used by the retailers to attract consumers in the sales for upholstery and occasional furniture in Great Britain. Application of the promotional graphics and slogans; Availability of the value of the markdowns; Psychological ways of getting customers to trade up.