- Consumers prefer casual motion sofas. // Furniture/Today;5/23/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 37, p16
The article reports that sofas with casual styles are the most preferred by consumers, as revealed by the FurnitureDealer.net's website network of furniture stores.
- Necessity, rather than desire, drives sofa sales. // Cabinet Maker;12/27/2002, Issue 5319, p1
Discusses a study conducted by 'Cabinet Maker' magazine in January 2002, which shows the best reasons that shoppers in Great Britain can find for replacing a sofa. Worn-out upholstery of existing sofas; Need for the industry to build consumer appeal; Bestselling sofa models of companies such as...
- Stain-resistant fabric is top priority for buyers. FRENCH, DANA // Furniture/Today;4/8/2013, Vol. 37 Issue 32, Special section p2
The article focuses on a survey which reveals that stain-resistant fabrics are among the top priorities for the U.S. customers in the year 2013. The survey reveals that 53 percent of customers will visit a traditional furniture store, 18 percent to a manufacturer-branded store and only 7 percent...
- Consumers look for comfort and durability. French, Dana // Furniture/Today;3/21/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 28, Special section p2
The article presents a customer views survey concerning the consumers' preference on upholstery products in the U.S. Survey shows that 92% of these clients preferred comfortable upholstery features. Meanwhile, 85% of the consumers chose to have sofas with durable characteristics. Furthermore,...
- Browns, solids and casual styles are favored. French, Dana // Furniture/Today;3/21/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 28, Special section p6
The article presents a consumer views survey concerning the clients' preference for their upholstery, in terms of color, durability, and pattern, in the U.S. Survey shows that 38% of consumers preferred their chairs to last from 10 to 14 years before replacing them. Meanwhile, 53% of customers...
- To Win Over Consumers, Items Must Be Practical. // MMR;12/14/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 20, p28
The article discusses the importance of practical product design to win over consumers as well as relates the modifications made by various retail businesses to address it.
- Stretch Springs to Life. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;10/8/1998, Vol. 176 Issue 68, p26
Offers a look at some designs of stretch jeans and how it became the consumers' choice of jeans. Features of the fashion show staged by DuPont Lycra.
- Soft wood shuffle. Oliphant, Jane // Cabinet Maker;4/19/2002, Issue 5283, p20
Focuses on the popularity of pine furniture. Creation of varied furniture designs; Preferences of consumers; Selection of other wood resources.
- NOTES AND OPINIONS. // British Baker;9/20/2013, Special section p4
The article offers information on goods purchasing and selling by customers in context of bakery look and mentions that consumers are hygienically-minded and like to shop from well structured and hygienic looking bakeries.