Going solo

Shalan, Judy
June 1998
Cabinet Maker;06/26/98, Issue 5094, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the upsurge in demand for individual chairs in Great Britain. Popularity of pieces which blend with the rest of the furniture in a room but which can also stand alone; Increase in customer demand for comfort; Preference of customers to spend a big amount on one chair rather than on a three-piece suite; Corinth Designs' Florence curl up chair and loveseat; Parker Knoll's functional classic furniture.


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