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Of critical interest to anyone considering a major furniture purchase, this guide seeks to make consumers experts on buying residential furniture. Focusing on informed purchasing and shopping for value, not simply price, it covers topics such as differentiating between two seemingly identical pieces of furniture at vastly different prices and recognizing the features comprising a quality piece of furniture. Open stock items, the differences between bona fide sale prices and everyday pricing, and discounters in North Carolina are addressed. Comparisons between several name brands are also provided.
Posted November 10, 2000
Lewin has done a great job of explaining the nuts-and-bolts experience of being a part of the furniture industry and their marketing plan. Invaluable reference to quality construction and more about wood than you ever wanted to know. This is a great reference book for those who love furnishings and are looking to buy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.