New bed on the block?

May 2002
Cabinet Maker;5/3/2002, Issue 5285, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the commercial production of an extraordinary bed shown on television program 'Tomorrow's World' of British Broadcasting Corp. in Great Britain. Description of the suspension system of the bed; Extracts of The Sleep Council and The Bed Federation literature; design of the bed for mass production.


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