Grown-up designs move into youth BR

Linville, Jeff
March 2001
Furniture/Today;03/12/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 27, p18
Trade Publication
Reports that most furniture manufacturers in the United States have begun offering bedroom and case goods that blur the line between adolescence and adulthood. Growth of the U.S. youth market; Parents' preference for furniture that grows with the child; Discovery of a broader appeal for youth groups; Companies' offer of a variety of finishes.


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