There's been unprecedented growth in artisan-craft gift & home products and handmade artisans lead the trend. There are 200 handmade artisans in the showrooms and in the Pavilions (in the Gift, Handmade, and Discoveries categories). The Handmade category in the Pavilions hubs a sold-out representation of handmade resources, artisans, designers and makers which includes A. Primary, Aroara Industries, Looksur, Maurice Milleur/Petwer Graphics, Rustico, Sweet Gumball, Shupaca, Solemate Socks, Kozakh, Grandmother's Buttons, Source SA Design Export, Good Paper, Madly Wish, Inspired Peru, Sustainable Threads, Imani Collective and many more.
A wide array of handcrafted gifts and home décor products are featured in the Handmade temporary exhibition space in The Pavilions during Las Vegas Market and categories include: ceramics, Made in America, decorative glass, tabletop, home decor, letterpress, apparel, jewelry, globally sourced and fair trade product. Additionally, Artisanal LA showcases 35 Los Angeles-based unique-to-market makers and artisan products. Handmade is a win at retail, and Las Vegas Market delivers the goods!
Proud to continue this partnership since their inception in 2006 an organization that ensures that furnishings are "Sustainable" or "environmentally-safe" or "eco-friendly", made and distributed in ways that protect our planet. Many of their seminars are CEU accredited. Sustainable Furnishings Council vet our exhibitor list to create One Good Guide, which list environmentally and socially responsible furniture companies that show at market.
This guide is available for pick up at Las Vegas Market.
A show of 35 Los Angeles based unique artisan producs in edibles, home goods, garden and kids categories.
As an extension of Las Vegas Market's overall emphasis on handcrafted and maker-produced products, Pavilion 1 also will house Aid to Artisans. This first-time partnership will launch ATA's Training for Entrepreneurs in Artisan Markets (TEAM), an on-site coaching and mentoring program for emerging international artisan businesses in Las Vegas. The TEAM presentation will comprise nearly 20 first-time exhibitors, featuring handmade products from South and Central America, Asia, as well as the Caribbean and Africa.