Las Vegas Market is happening and this is what you want ( & need ) to know!
Las Vegas Market 2018 is here! The interior design show is happening since 28th of January and it will go on until the 1st of February, so you still have almost three full days to visit this outstanding retail market in order to get the best ideas and the latest trends for your interior design project. Let’s find out what you have to know about this trade show!
For those who are not familiar with it, Las Vegas Market “has become the most comprehensive furniture, home décor and gift market in the Western United States, presenting a unique cross-section of 4,000+ resources in an unrivaled market destination.” Everything you might imagine for your home you will find in this wholesale market, where you will find the best of retail as well as gifts and home decor.
As in their own words, there are over 4000 exhibitors at this furniture market, making it an amazing means to find and get to know new brands and exciting new designers. “Located in one of the world’s most accessible and exciting cities, Las Vegas Market connects showrooms and exhibitors with an unprecedented cross-section of buyers throughout three distinct but overlapping industries: furniture, home déco, and gift.”
So, if you are around town and you are a massive interior design lover, then make sure to attend the last day of this Las Vegas furniture market, and we are sure you won’t regret it. For now, we will keep on following their inspiring Pinterest and Instagram.
First Look Trends for 2018
Trends are a huge part of the Las Vegas Market. And the best part is that you can actually follow them on Pinterest and see which are the most important trends for this upcoming Winter! Here are some of our favorite:
Year of the Dog
Easy Now: Housewares & Dining
Time-saving housewares make fast work of kitchen prep. This season, we’re featuring housewares and more as we set the table for brunch.
Romantics & Realists
Paint brands have released their top color picks for 2018, and the hues alternate between fiery red and watery blues to stately grays and atmospheric neutrals. Together, they recall the palettes of both Romantic and Realist painters.