New showrooms headline Las Vegas Market home decor offerings
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.