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Home décor continues upward trajectory at Las Vegas Market

 

 

  Las Vegas Market announced that it has close to 90,000 square feet of new, expanding and relocating showroom space dedicated to home décor for the Jan. 27-31 market at the World Market Center.

       New, expanding and relocating home décor showroomsSeven exhibitors will open permanent showrooms in Buildings A, B, and C. Newcomers in Building A include: Anthony California, Inc., suppliers of lighting, furniture, adjustable beds and accessories, in 2,059 square feet on A4; Canvas Candy, a Canadian-based art manufacturer of quality wall décor, in 2,148 square feet on A4; the European Kitchen, Bath, Tile and Stone showroom, which is part of Las Vegas Design Center (LVDC), in 1,081 square feet on A1; Koncept, providers of ceiling fixtures, floor lamps, table lamps and wall sconces, in 431 square feet on A4; and Wantech International/OK Lighting, a wholesaler of lighting fixtures that wholesale home decor for retailers, fountains and gift items, in 2,531 square feet on A4. Classy Art, supplier of framed and unframed wall décor, is debuting in 4,134 square feet on B3 and FJ Kashanian, a designer and manufacturer of hand-knotted rugs, is showing in 639 square feet on C3.

  In addition to permanent showrooms, officials say the market’s 50,000 square feet of temporary home décor exhibits will include an expanded showcase of custom furnishings and one-of-a-kind suppliers.

   "Las Vegas Market is a one-stop shop for design-driven home décor buyers, with more than one million square feet of home décor resources in Buildings A, B, and C, along with temporary exhibitors in the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market,” said Julie Messner, senior vice president of furniture and home décor leasing for International Market Centers. “Las Vegas Market continues to bolster its position as the leading home furnishings and gift market in the western United States, with several suppliers opening new showrooms or expanding their presence this winter.”

  "We received many requests from clients to exhibit at Las Vegas Market, so we are looking forward to debuting our collections and colors this winter,” said Jonathan Kashanian, vice president of FJ Kashanian. “We will be displaying our curated style of sari wool, overdyes and Modern Luxury Collection.”

  Ten current tenants are expanding or relocating their showrooms for January. In Building A, Charleston Forge, a supplier of furniture, dining tables, drink tables, barstools and dining chairs, is relocating to a 2,562-square-foot showroom in LVDC; Dalyn Rug Company, a manufacturer of rugs, is expanding to 7,085 square feet on A3; Norwalk Furniture, a manufacturer of made-to-order upholstered furniture, is expanding to 7,623 square feet in LVDC; Privilege International, a supplier of decorative accessories, home textiles, accent furniture, lighting, wall décor, and photo frames, is relocating and expanding to 5,643 square feet on A4; Sagebrook Home, a provider of decorative accessories, vases and jars, wall décor, furniture and lighting, is expanding to 9,661 square feet on A4; and StyleCraft Home Collection, a wholesaler of lighting, wall décor, mirrors, decorative accessories and decorative accent, is expanding to 18,997 square feet on A3, and farmhouse decor wholesale services as well.

  In Building B, Orian Rugs, a manufacturer of decorative area and scatter rugs, is relocating and expanding to 6,289 square feet on B3; and Yosemite Home Décor, a supplier of lighting fixtures and related home décor products, is relocating and expanding to 8,909 square feet on B3.

  In Building C, Chandra, a provider of handmade rugs, is relocating and expanding to 8,950 square feet on C5; and Mastour, a producer of hand-woven carpets and rugs, is relocating and expanding to 1,256 square feet on C4.

  Temporary exhibits expand custom and one-of-a-kind offerings for designers

  This winter, the Pavilions at Las Vegas Market will expand its temporary home decor resources with a range of custom furniture suppliers and one-of-a-kind vintage resources. From Sunday to Wednesday of market, Pavilion 2 will showcase nearly 50,000 square feet of home decor temporary exhibits for interior designers and boutique furniture and home décor retailers.

  Within the Design Home category, buyers will find the Las Vegas Market’s largest-ever selection of custom furniture resources. New and notable exhibitors this January are: European Furniture, Gather Table Company, Mirror-tique, Nico and Yeye LLC and Robert Seliger Furniture, Inc. Pavilion 2 also includes Home and showcases accent furniture, decorative accessories, faux botanicals, home décor, lighting, rugs, tabletop, textiles and wall decor.

  “After looking through the amenities that Las Vegas Market provided, the demographics of the event, and the quality of vendors that would be present, we knew this was the place to be,” said Taylor Feero, owner of first-time Design Home exhibitor Gather Table Company. “There are plenty of places around the nation to show our tables and Las Vegas Market made the top of our list.”

  In Discoveries: The Antique Vintage Marketplace, design-driven buyers can find more than 15,000 square feet of antiques, found objects and one-of-a-kind vintage home furnishings, with all items available for immediate delivery. Key Discoveries exhibitors include: Blue Ocean Traders; Boga Rugs; Brayden & Brooks; Djem Unique Designs; Indus Designs; Go Home/Golden Oldies; House of Cindy; MD Home Collection and Vintage Addiction.

  “Las Vegas Market has helped our brand meet quality and diverse customers from all over the United States, including large chain stores, independent specialty retailers and interior designers,” said Cindy Ciskowski, founder of Discoveries exhibitor House of Cindy. “At the last market alone, our sales grew by more than 30%.”