Floral patterns add style to occasional

Combs, Heath E.
December 2008
Furniture/Today;12/8/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 14, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the increasing consumer interest in occasional furniture with floral designs. It states that the emerging trend reflects the growing interest in products made of ecologically friendly materials and inspired by nature. It presents some of the furniture at the High Point, North Carolina October 2008 market that feature floral patterns including the chest from Hooker Furniture Corp., two-drawer chest from Pulaski Furniture Corp., and Woodland collection from Guildmaster Inc.


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