Lowell: Decor all about self-esteem, not sofas

Gunin, Joan
December 2002
Furniture/Today;12/16/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 15, p22
Trade Publication
Reports the views of designer Christopher Lowell on the importance of self-esteem in business. Inspiration behind the success of Lowell; Correlation between personal self and decorating self; Efforts in leading the consumers to discover his stress-free setting.


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