Harbingers of things to come?

Sloan, Carole
January 2002
Furniture/Today;1/7/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 18, p39
Trade Publication
Reports the global developments on furniture industry as of January 2002. Introduction of fabrics at Showtime in High Point and Heimtextil in Germany; Presentation of various home products; Abundance of luxury fabrics with innovative constructions.


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