Las Vegas Market announced that 15 new, relocated and recommitted home décor showrooms, collectively totaling more than 60,000 square feet, are confirmed for winter 2021 market, running Jan. 24-28.
“Las Vegas Market is committed to expanding and enhancing its home décor offerings,” said Scott Eckman, IMC’s chief revenue officer. “New and innovative resources are more important than ever – with heightened consumer spending for home décor sparked by the last nine months of work-from-home during COVID – and the Market continues to strengthen itself as the West Coast’s go-to destination for all things décor.”
Five home décor exhibitors will debut new showrooms in Building C and in the Las Vegas Design Center in Building A. In Building C, Craftmade (fans and lighting) will debut in a 6,376-square-foot space and Zodax (accent furniture, decorative accessories, home fragrance) will show in a 2,924-square-foot showroom. I
In the Las Vegas Design Center (LVDC), located on the first two floors of Building A, Laura Fullow Designs (furniture, fabrics, accessories) will debut a 156-square-foot showroom and Visual Comfort (designer lighting) in a 2,924-square-foot space. Additionally, Area West (upholstery and case goods) also will relocate to a new 6,512-square-foot space in LVDC.
Another 10 home décor suppliers have recommitted to Las Vegas Market, including Allstate Floral (artificial flowers, greenery and home accessories); Capel Rugs Inc. (area rugs); Charleston Forge (furniture); E. Lawrence Ltd. (decorative books); Lite Source Inc. (lighting, home décor, furniture accessories); Noir Trading, Inc. (accessories, accent tables, lighting, fabrics); Rene Cazares (accessories, case goods, wall decor); Screen Gems & Teton Home (accent decor, screens/room dividers, wall art); United Weavers of America (rugs); and Vanguard Furniture Company (furniture and better décor).
“As the industry continues to rebound from the recent pandemic-related economic challenges, Las Vegas Market is primed to play a pivotal role in helping retailers, sellers and designers get back to business,” Eckman said.