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Furniture upholsterers booked up

Oliver Lewis
Mon, 18 Oct 2021

Furniture upholsterers booked up
Upholsterers are experiencing increased demand for furniture repairs (Image: Deposit Photos).
Oliver Lewis
Mon, 18 Oct 2021
With overseas travel off the cards, consumers have instead been spending up big on homemaking and furniture upholstery.In the United States, upholsterers are getting record demand to repair chairs and couches, in part due to global supply chain issues impacting furniture retailers.Furniture and Cabinetmaking Association of New Zealand executive secretary Alister Murray said he could imagine retailers being similarly impacted here.“Because of import restrictions and hassles getting containers, retailers might be running into difficulties w...

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