Designers inspire casual industry
Cinde W. Ingram -- Casual Living, 8/1/2007 12:00:00 AM
Some designers' names may be better known than others within the casual furniture industry, but it's the product visions they capture and the innovations they make that often make a lasting difference. That's true on manufacturer showroom floors, in catalogs and in retail stores across the nation.
Casual Living continues its series of designer profiles, which started in August 2005 with features of casual furniture designers including Richard Frinier, Fredric Doughty, John Caldwell, Carl Muller, Philip Behrens, Scott Coogan, Marshall Mullins and Shaun Sweeney. Last August, designers Peter Homestead, Robert Mainville, Povl Eskildsen and Michael Burridge shared their stories. This year, we've gathered a new crop of talented designers who explain how their creative visions evolved and what led them to take on casual furniture.
Mike Farrell takes an interesting route to the casual industry
Spotting and reacting to trends drives Zac Bryant
Trifu Boronka Two worlds combine
Victoria Dawson focuses on fabrics, fashions
Dale Campbell combines natural & antique elements
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