Furniture from kits

March 1984
Yankee;Mar84, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p112
`Yankee' visited 3 of New England's major manufacturers, learned what's available at what prices and helped assemble 5 different kits (pictured) to assess quality and see what the difficulties might be. It's almost as easy as they say. INSET: on what the instructions don't always tell you.;sources and....


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