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Las Vegas Market: The Only Major Home Furnishings Market in the West

A diverse cross-section of furniture manufacturers awaits you. Las Vegas Market showrooms offer top resources in all furniture categories including: casegoods, upholstery, leather seating, accent furniture, bedroom furniture, dining furniture, office furniture, antiques & vintage furniture, youth, casual/outdoor and much more– covering a range of styles from rustic to modern.

You can also shop complementary categories all in one easy-to-shop location including: Home Textiles, Home Décor, Gift, Rugs, Lighting & Bedding.

  • New showrooms, lines and exhibitors in every category
  • More than 4,000 resources – over 180 casual/outdoor
  • THE national bedding market – home to the top 15 bedding producers and 45+ showrooms
  • Depth and breadth across all price points

Furniture at Las Vegas Market

Furniture at Las Vegas Market
Furniture at Las Vegas Market

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Highlights from Winter 2017 Las Vegas Market

Highlights from Winter 2017 Las Vegas Market
Highlights from Winter 2017 Las Vegas Market

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Featured Destinations

Furniture & Bedding: C14-C16

Leading furniture and bedding manufacturers continue to display their new products on the three upper floors in Building C. Floors 14, 15 and 16 in Building C are home to some of the hottest new products and trends in case goods, upholstery, bedding, mattresses, and more.

Home Furnishings Temporaries: B2

An exciting display of creativity, you'll find the B2 temporary exhibits boasting with inspiration. In Building B on the second floor, right in the middle of the Market action, is a huge selection of home furnishings in every category. Don't miss an international display from 85+ exhibitors to see what's new in design from around the world.

Modern Trends: B6 & B7

Located in the heart of Las Vegas Market, Modern Trends boasts a huge selection of the best names in contemporary and modern furnishings.

Las Vegas Design Center: A1 & A2

Located on the first two floors of Building A, Las Vegas Design Center features more than 25 showrooms offering a timeless selection of furniture, fabrics, lighting, floor coverings, wall décor and decorative accessories. Open year-round. 

The Pavilions

The newly designed location for gift & home decor temporary exhibits– featuring a cohesive collection of resources organized into 6 distinct destinations: HOME, DESIGN, GIFT, HANDMADE, B HOME, and DISCOVERIES: The Antique Vintage Marketplace

Casual/Outdoor

The fastest-growing segment of the home furnishings industry has a new home – find more than 180 casual/outdoor exhibitors across market, with 250,000 square feet of dedicated permanent showroom and temporary exhibit space on C12 and C13.

Key Furniture Exhibitors

  • Abbyson Living
  • ACME
  • AICO
  • Ashley Furniture Industries
  • Aspen Home
  • Bassett
  • Christopher Guy
  • Crown Mark
  • Decor-Rest
  • England
  • Flexsteel
  • Four Hands
  • Furniture of America
  • Heritage Home Group
  • Klaussner
  • Kinkaid
  • Lexington Home Brands
  • Magnussen Home
  • Natuzzi
  • New Classic
  • Norwalk Furniture
  • Palliser
  • Sunny Designs
  • Whalen

A Greater Selection of Design-Driven Home Furnishings Companies

Since I first started coming to Las Vegas Market, the number of showrooms has grown dramatically, as has the quality of the vendors. There are many more high-end and designer lines and that makes the market more meaningful for design-oriented companies like Robb & Stucky.

Steve Lush
President, Robb & Stucky Interiors

 

Expanded Presentation of Home Décor & Accessories for Cross-Category Sourcing

The change is monumental at Las Vegas Market– four years ago we were limited in where we could go and limited in finding products that were important and relative to our mix. Today Vegas Market is filled with suppliers that help us complete our assortment and our merchandising mix. What I think is also very good with Las Vegas Market, for us being based in the Western United States; it's easy for me to bring an expanded team. This is one case where what happens in Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas.

Ron Werner
Owner, HW Home

Affordable & Efficient

...I have seen growth in higher end manufacturers showing better quality products at Las Vegas Market. ...Vegas is a really easy market to shop because everything is contained in the 3 buildings and you don't waste time going from one showroom building to the next. I feel like I can get more done in a shorter time.

Margaret Janke
Director of Merchandising, Furniture Enterprises of Alaska (Sadlers)

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