Global influences

August 1999
Cabinet Maker;08/27/99, Issue 5152, p34
Trade Publication
Features the millennium trends in wallpaper design and texture in Great Britain. Influence of different cultures; Metals and metallic effects as an increasing trend; Designs for children.


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