Now that our team has finally made it back from our permanent showroom at the Las Vegas Market, it’s time for us to reflect back on the past week and a half. There were plenty of takeaways to bring home from the West Coast – including a great show and great eats!
- A fresh design
We were lucky enough to fly in a little early and catch our showroom up to speed. Our traditional European farmhouse look has recently gone through a contemporary and modern update, which we wanted to reflect in our showroom. Attending Las Vegas Market is a great opportunity for us because our collection of products is perfect for a range of styles, similar to the ones we see on the west coast. From the rustic vineyards to a coastal and contemporary look, we’ve got it all.
- Contrasting colors.
With a new update, comes plenty of new product inspiration and design. In January, we released over 60 new products! We draw inspiration from the boldness of black and have created a new collection of products that boast the color. In addition, the monochromatic look of black and white has quickly become one of our faves.
- Restaurant recommendations
We received the greatest restaurant recommendation from a local we met on our flight. Located in the bottom of the Aria hotel, we headed over to Javier’s Cantina for dinner one night and were not disappointed. The carnitas were worth raving about and we definitely will return for more in July.
- Notable products.
Once again we saw one of our best-selling items, our Sphere Vases, loved by all. These charming little bud vases have multi-functional uses and are a great gift or accent item in any design. Another notable item was our Provence Farm Table. The tables are all handcrafted in Europe using reclaimed wood, and their beauty can be seen through their authentic and organic nature.
- Trend watch
We loved seeing true west coast style as we walked through the Las Vegas Market. We noticed plenty of bohemian influence throughout multiple showrooms, something we have loved incorporating with our Rush Baskets. We also felt that a California-dreaming vibe was apparent through the use of natural materials.