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Although home furnishings still declined in 2014 in current value terms, it was at a slower rate than in 2013.
The India home furnishing market derives its demand from textile industry.
MORE than 90 per cent of men admit to being clueless when it comes to home furnishings, according to a Liverpool-based firm.
Bridges' Furnishing Forward reads like sage advice from a good friend.
Choices of design and furnishings for guests'/residents' rooms are left up to them.
and move into other home furnishings categories as part of a program to reinvigorate its American operations.
While 12 diverse end-use industries consumed more than four billion pounds of polyurethanes last year, enduses within the construction, transportation and upholstered furnishings industries accounted for more than half of the total consumption, according to the findings of the 1994 Polyurethane End-Use Market Survey.
USPRwire, Sun Jul 26 2015] Home furnishings witnessed current value growth of 11% in 2014.
Another root of this problem is that many of the designers who are creating environments for the "third age" are themselves young and healthy--and unaware of furnishing choices that can either enhance residents' comfort, safety and independence or cause discomfort, danger and dependence.
Under the alternate procedure, if the predecessor and successor so agree the predecessor will be relieved of furnishing Forms W-2 to any transferred employees.
Utility Services" include, in pertinent part, the furnishing or sale of gas, electricity, steam, water, refrigeration or the furnishing or sale of gas, electricity, steam, water, refrigeration or telecommunications services.