Styles, Carol; Barker, Neil; Mee, Justin; Disney, Clive
March 2008
Cabinet Maker;3/7/2008, Issue 5578, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents statements by British furniture shop owners and interior designers about expensive products being more marketable than cheaper products. Simon Green Interiors interior designer Carol Styles stated that their high end products are marketable. Barkers Furniture owner, Neil Barker, revealed that both sets fared well in the market due to growing demand for more expensive pieces in upholstery. Exclusive by Design owner Justin Mee asserted that their sales have been steady.


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