Choice of product--or choice displays?

October 2002
Cabinet Maker;10/25/2002, Issue 5310, p16
Reports on a survey held in Great Britain to find out if consumers prefer to see items of furniture in roomsets with other home furnishings or a larger range of furniture without room displays. Higher percent of consumers who preferred to see furniture items in roomsettings; Retailers' display strategies; Description of some roomsets by various retailers.


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