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Las Vegas Market’s First Look trends and new products program readies for the holidays in “Modern Traditions,” an exclusive vignette that mixes metals and showcases a spectrum of proven blue hues. Our approach for this headliner: Provide a color-focused backdrop for holiday decorating that downplays novelty, yet still strikes a festive, modern mood.First Look: Modern Traditions
For over 15 years, Jeni Maus has discovered and collected pieces to give her own home a distinctive character and warmth. In February of 2010, she began offering her unique style to others in her curated collection of furniture and accessories at Found Vintage Rentals. Sourced from disparate locations like the California coast, Texas, the Mid-Atlantic region, Hungary and France, the Found Collection is an ever-evolving, constantly growing combination of both well-loved vintage pieces and reimagined designs. All one-of-a-kind, all picked by hand for their history and charm.Jeni Maus's Best of the West
Las Vegas Market is a significant commitment in terms of time and resources. So how does a buyer ensure a productive and prosperous visit that returns on this significant investment? Here are helpful best practices that can help you prepare leading up to Market if you are new to buying OR shopping Las Vegas Market for the first time. These "before Market" tips will also be useful for experienced buyers, as reminders how to best maximize your tradeshow experience.Create Your Pre-Market Plan
One of the hottest categories at Las Vegas Market, Housewares is concentrated on C11 and featured in other key destinations including C1 and in The Pavilions. This cutting-edge category includes gourmet, housewares, edibles and gift categories. As the Housewares offering continues to expand, we invite you to take a behind-the-scenes look at some of the newest products and innovations on the housewares scene. Be on the lookout for these kitchen companions at Summer Market!Whet Your Appetite
Known for her inviting, artfully composed and crisp images, photographer Alyssa Rosenheck inherently gravitates towards clean lines and negative space. If you’ve picked up a magazine or scrolled through one of the top shelter blogs in the last few years, there’s a good chance you’re already familiar with her style; Alyssa’s work is nationally featured in numerous design publications and books, making her one of the best-known names in interior photography.Alyssa Rosenheck's Best of the West