Case goods: Contemporary, American country dominate

French, Dana; Anderson, Kay; Myers, Cynthia
April 2002
Furniture/Today;4/1/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 30, p60
Trade Publication
Reports the salability of the contemporary and American country style furniture in the U.S. Types of woods used; Styles of the furniture; Assessment of the promotional price points.


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