Home decorating continues to grow

December 2007
DIY Week;12/7/2007, Issue 5499, p15
The article reports on the growth of wallpaper sales in Great Britain in 2007. Figures released in November by GfK, a consumer behavior research company, reflect that the total market volume increased by 15% as compared with figures in 2006. Wallpaper businesses are expanding their paint range as the trend for having one wall as the focal point of a room continues to thrive. The author also forecasts a continued growth in the market in 2008.


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