Offering modern furniture and accessories in a variety of styles and colors. [Description from dmoz]
Its corporate name may not immediately conjure images of your own private haven, but that's exactly what Room & Board founder and president John Gabbert hopes his home furnishings chain will help you create. Room & Board operates about 10 stores in California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, and New York. Gabbert founded the company in 1980. The company's furniture collections feature contemporary sofas, chairs, and tables (dining and accent), as well as office, bedroom, and outdoor furniture. Room & Board's Shop From Home business, which consists of a print catalog and Web site, is the fastest-growing segment of its business. And despite a slump in furniture sales in the US, the company is expanding. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 193K U.S. monthly people.
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