Vintage in a new light: Second-hand furniture stores get creative
SINGAPORE – With consumers preferring all that is new and shiny, convincing people to buy second-hand goods can be a hard business.
Images of stuffy and dusty warehouses messily stacked with chunky outdated dressers and closets are generally associated with second-hand furniture shopping.
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