Published on : Wednesday, July 21, 2021
Las Vegas Market is seeing strong demand from the home furnishings industry with 20 home décor, bedding and furniture brands committing to new, expanded and relocated showrooms in the lead up to the Summer 2021 Market, running August 22 – 26, 2021.
“Las Vegas is the gateway for furniture, bedding and home décor brands to reach the west coast design and retail communities,” said Scott Eckman, International Market Centers (IMC) chief revenue officer. “The latest updates to our diverse offerings in these categories confirm the strength of the market and provide buyers with a wide range of top-quality resources.”
The 20 updates include eight new showrooms (three in home décor, three in bedding and two in furniture) and 12 expansions and relocations (nine in home décor, two in bedding and one in furniture). These new and expanding showrooms join the 2,500+ home décor, bedding and furniture resources offered by Las Vegas Market.
Home Décor Resources Grow
Home décor leasing is accelerating in Las Vegas with some twelve updates found across the three World Market Center buildings. Three brands making their debut at Las Vegas Market are:
Some nine expanding and/or relocating showrooms.
Enhancing the home décor presence at Las Vegas Market this summer are temporary exhibitors located at Expo at World Market Center Las Vegas. Four categories – Design, Handmade, Home and Luxe – offer home décor product by brands like Ann Gish – The Art of Home (high-end bedding and pillows),CEREMONIA (handmade home décor), Deny Designs (design-driven gifts and home décor), Kazi + All Across Africa (global baskets and home décor), Luin Living (luxury organic blankets, towels and décor pieces with a Scandinavian touch), Meissenburg Designs (artwork and prints), Rug & Kilim (designer rugs), Shop Jitana (home décor), Uber Chic Home (modern benches and ottomans), Vanzzini Arts + Décor (high-end handcrafted mirrors from Mexico) and more.
Las Vegas Market presents more than 500 home décor resources, with permanent showrooms on 13 floors in Buildings A, B and C and temporary exhibits in the Expo at WMCLV. Notable categories include accent furniture, decorative accessories, home textiles, lighting and rugs/floor coverings.