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  2. Ready-to-assemble furniture - Wikipedia

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    Ready-to-assemble furniture (RTA), also known as knock-down furniture (KD), flat pack furniture, or kit furniture, is a form of furniture that requires customer assembly.. The separate components are packed for sale in cartons which also contain assembly instructions and sometimes hardw

  3. Ingvar Kamprad - Wikipedia

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    Feodor Ingvar Kamprad (Swedish: [ˈɪ̌ŋːvar ˈkǎmːprad] ; 30 March 1926 – 27 January 2018) was a Swedish billionaire business magnate best known for founding IKEA, a multinational retail company specialising in furniture. He lived in Switzerland from 1976 to 2014.

  4. Woodworking - Wikipedia

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    Cedar. Cedars are strong, aromatic softwoods that are capable of enduring outdoor elements, the most common of which is the western red cedar. Western red cedar can sustain wet environments without succumbing to rot, and as a result is commonly used for outdoor projects such as patios, outdoor furniture, and building exteriors.

  5. Sonos - Wikipedia

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    Sonos, Inc. is an American developer and manufacturer of audio products best known for its multi-room audio products. The company was founded in 2002 by John MacFarlane, Craig Shelburne, Tom Cullen, and Trung Mai.

  6. No. 14 chair - Wikipedia

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    Also known as the 'bistro chair', it was designed by Michael Thonet and introduced in 1859, becoming the world's first mass-produced item of furniture. It is made using bent wood (steam-bending), and the design required years to perfect. With its affordable price and simple design, it became one of the best-selling chairs ever made.

  7. Southampton City Centre - Wikipedia

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    As well as the shopping centre, the development included a large office tower, rooftop car park and the Royal Oak pub. The centre was originally anchored by Comet Electrical and Courts furniture store, however the demise of this chain in the late 1980s/early 90s left mainly independent shops and empty units in the centre. A Tandy electronics ...

  8. Big-box store - Wikipedia

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    Many configurations exist: the hypermarket that sells many kinds of goods under one roof (like French chains Carrefour, Auchan, and E.Leclerc), most of which are integrated within a shopping mall; the supermarket that is a smaller version of a hypermarket; the market located in city centres; the department store, which first appeared in Paris, then opened in other parts of the world; the ...

  9. Christmas Tree Shops - Wikipedia

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    History. In 1970, Charles Bilezikian and his wife, Doreen Bilezikian opened the first store in Yarmouth Port.The origin of the name Christmas Tree Shops instead of Shop, derived from the original location that was made up of a trio of buildings: the Front Shop, the Back Shop and the Barn Shop, all of which primarily sold candy penny candy.