Seen at Las Vegas Market

AT THE MARKET – Home News Now spent several days at the Jan. 23-27 Las Vegas Market, where it captured some scenes from multiple vendors and product categories. While traffic seemed slow at first, it picked up quickly as buyers appeared eager to get a hold of what they could to freshen their floors and satisfy ongoing consumer demand. Below is a look at some of the showrooms and sites we captured on the ground. While perhaps not as busy as pre-pandemic times just two years ago, it appeared to feel closer to a normal market. And that’s not just our take, but the take of a number of exhibitors who said attendance beat their expectations from the onset.

Visitors make their way to the World Market Center buildings on Saturday, the day before the Jan. 23 official opening.
A number of retailers large and small alike visited the Crestview Collection showroom on Ssturday.
International Furniture Direct was busy on Saturday afternoon at market.

Workers are seen laying down promotional banners in the courtyard area outside World Market Center.
The Phillips Collection drew plenty of interest from dealers early on during the market.
Buyers visit the Las Vegas showroom of Turkish bedding producer Yatas Bedding.
Therapedic showcased several new models in its copper infused Immunity line at market.
Norwalk Furniture’s showroom was busy as early as the first two days of market.
Coaster Fine Furniture showed this living room vignette alongside a kiosk offering a digital catalog of the line that retailers can review.
Primo International showed these new top grain Italian leather sofas that retail from $1,599 to $1,699.
Corsicana’s showroom featuring its House of Brands was busy as dealers wanted to see how the company brought its eight lines under one roof.
GhostBed reps showed the line to dealers interested in its latest innovations, including the features and benefits of its new licensed line with Venus Williams.
Tom Russell of Home News Now with Jim Cherry the retired sales executive at Legend’s Furniture. Can you tell which one is the cutout image?
Buyers spent a lot of time looking at the Sealy bedding line at market.
Companies continue to use larger than life marketing banners on the sides of showroom buildings at the World Market Center.

Thomas Russell

Home News Now Editor-in-Chief Thomas Russell has covered the furniture industry for 25 years at various daily and weekly consumer and trade publications. He can be reached at and at 336-508-4616.

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