Highlights from the winter Las Vegas Market

Home News Now just returned from the Jan. 29-Feb. 2 Las Vegas Market, which many exhibitors said was the best attended show since January 2020. Retailers from the West Coast and beyond were seen in the halls and inside showrooms, eager to see the newest in case goods, upholstery and, of course, bedding. As many have seen a drop in inventories, they were looking to freshen their floors with product that’s best for their markets. And many came away with plenty of options.

Below is a glimpse of some of the product we saw at the Market. While seen for the first time by many buyers at the Market, many of these introductions were shown in High Point and available to purchase and ship now. For those that missed the Market, it’s a glimpse of what they can offer their customers too in the coming weeks and months.

Intercon showed its Transitions dining room set which is made with solid acacia and shown in a two-tone finish. The extension table retails at $1,499.

Zoy Home showed a mix of its leather upholstery, which includes stationary and power motion chairs, sofas, lift-chairs and sectionals, to name a few core categories.

Martin Svensson Home showed its Garden District bedroom, which is available in a distressed white finish and retails at $2,199 for a four-piece set.

Sunny Designs returned to the Las Vegas Market after a year’s absence and showed its full line of wood furniture, which includes these bar sets and round bar-height tables with companion bar stools.

Coaster showed this updated traditional-style bedroom, which in addition to the fully upholstered bed, includes fully upholstered case pieces. A four-piece set retails at $3,099.

Yatas Bedding showed its full assortment, which in addition to mattresses, includes a colorful palette of bedding, pillows and bedding accessories.

The Blue Zone mattress line by Kingsdown is made with sustainable materials. The name is inspired by communities across the planet where “people embrace a holistic approach to living longer, happier and healthier lives by living in concert with natural resources. ”    

The Johnston chaise sectional by Bradington-Young is shown here in one of the many leather options available in the line.

The Ravena dining table and chairs by A-America has Mission and Arts and Crafts styling. It is made with solid oak and shown in a Truffle finish. A table and four-chair set retails at $1,999 container direct.

Man Wah showed its 80170HM sectional and chair set, which is available in multiple configurations. In addition to extendable footrests, it offers adjustable headrest support, storage and lighting.

Flexsteel helped dealers understand its e-commerce-friendly Flex line with a chair and display unit that communicates the story of its construction and no-tools assembly. The box it ships in is also shown, further illustrating the ease of delivery.

Stanton Sofas showed this sectional and ottoman available in a fabric called Puppy Charcoal. It is one of many configurations the company offers in its upholstery groups.

Furniture of America showed its Desiree sofa and loveseat group which is seen in a bouclet fabric. The two pieces retail for $3,199.

Best Home Furnishings displayed its Seger manual motion upholstery group. The sofa in the center retails at $1,399.

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 tom@homenewsnow.com and at 336-508-4616.

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