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Rewrote stub with links, and more refs to add - this is an important subject in the history of the UK home front in WW2 and in UK design. Ghits: c650, incl some substantial sources.HeartofaDog 10:23, 5 December 2006 (UTC) Refactored HeartofaDog 02:22, 7 December 2006 (UTC)
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thanks for inprovements
Many thanks for your improvements to the stub. I will try to find some pictures for the article18.104.22.168 13:45, 22 January 2007 (UTC)
Any modern-day parallels?
I was thinking that some modern-day furniture outlets - such as Ikea, for example - might be considered makers of modern 'utility furniture'.
OK, it's not entirely simple, boxy stuff, but a lot of Ikea and similar stores' furniture is fairly un-ornamented.
Note: this is not an ad for Ikea, I'm just using them as an example. :-)
01:35, 10 July 2008 (UTC)