Consumers take a laid back approach

November 2001
Cabinet Maker;11/23/2001, Issue 5264, p6
Trade Publication
Focuses on the appeal of consumers on reclining chairs. Gains of furniture industries from the concept; Encouragement of companies to retailers on the acceptance of the concept; Sponsor of the Furniture Awards 2002.


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