October 2008
Cabinet Maker;10/31/2008, Issue 5612, p22
Trade Publication
The article presents a survey which was conducted in Great Britain and was commissioned by "Cabinet Maker" to find out which areas of home furnishings people are recently spending their money. The results show 45% of 45-54 year olds who stated that they were most likely to purchase inexpensive home accessories. The classic eclectic look is the most popular. In the South of England, 34% of people intends on changing wall coverings, but textiles and furniture marks the highest on their agenda.


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