Las Vegas Market Expands Home Décor Section

Las Vegas Market Expands Home Décor Section

Las Vegas Market Expands Home Décor Section

The Las Vegas Market is continuing its expansion of home décor resources with seven leading suppliers – including Currey & Company, HomArt, Leftbank Art, Park Hill Collection, Peacock Park, RC Furniture and Uttermost – planning new or expanded showrooms for the Summer 2016 show, held July 31 to August 4 at Las Vegas Market.

“The addition of these industry-leading suppliers to our growing roster of home accents and accessories suppliers is just the precursor to a flurry of new leasing announcements coming in the weeks following High Point Market, where there was a high level of interest in and enthusiasm for the Las Vegas Market,” says Dorothy Belshaw, President of Gift & Home Décor for International Market Centers (IMC). “As the leading furniture, home décor, and gift destination in the western U.S., Las Vegas Market has a critical mass of top-shelf vendors presenting the widest variety of new and notable products in the industry today.”

Renowned lighting and accessories vendor Currey & Company is the latest major home décor and lifestyle anchor to return to Las Vegas, opening a 6,480-sq.-ft. showroom on C3. The new showroom gives the company a substantive presence in the Western region.

Furniture and accessories supplier RC Furniture is returning to Las Vegas with a new 8,190-sq.-ft. showroom on A2, showcasing a redeveloped custom upholstery line targeted to the specialty retail and design community.

Gift and home accent provider Peacock Park also has confirmed the intent to participate in Summer Las Vegas Market, planning a 2,596-sq.-ft. showroom on C6. Peacock Park, and co-owners Gina Galvin and Adam Marcial, are renowned for providing European chic home décor and decorative accessories for the home and garden with an antique-inspired edge.

Companies planning to expand and relocate existing showrooms for Summer Market include Park Hill Collection, a supplier of American primitive and rural European antiques, which is expanding by 60 percent into a new 10,800-sq,-ft. showroom on C6; and HomArt, a supplier of home accessories crafted from all-natural, recycled, and new materials, which is expanding by more than 10 percent into a 2,956-sq.-ft. showroom on C10 as part of the Lifestyle Collection. In Building A, premier wall art provider Leftbank Art also has confirmed its intent to expand its showroom in the Las Vegas Design Center by 170 percent, moving to a new 7,135-sq.-ft. location on A2; and leading lifestyle and accessory anchor Uttermost will expand by 50 percent to a new 24,161-sq.-ft. location on A4 to support its new Revelation line of designer-oriented and better lifestyle furniture.

Summer Market highlights include: adding 40 new tenants in the gift, housewares, and home décor categories as well as 50 new furniture companies; the concentration of new boutique home décor resources on C5; a rebranding of c-ONE as a cross-category showcase of directional tableware, gift and home décor resources; the continued resource growth in the C10 Lifestyle Collection; the targeted expansion of C11 as a destination for gift-oriented housewares, gourmet products, specialty food and tabletop items; the continued expansion in casual and outdoor products on C12 and C13; the presentation of the top 15 bedding manufacturers; sold-out home furnishings temporaries on B2; and the expansion of The Pavilions at Las Vegas Market to feature some 500 temporary exhibitors.

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