Home Entertainment

October 2002
Furniture/Today;10/7/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p98
Trade Publication
Provides an overview on product trends in home entertainment furniture. Aico's Royal Oak formal English carved oak with leaded glass look; Altra Furniture's wide-screen home theater cabinet; Archatrive's entertainment center with raised panel doors, center arch, CD/video racks on pull-out trays and slide/swivel for television.


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