LAS VEGAS – Full-line furniture and accessories resource Four Hands is nearly doubling its showroom footprint at the winter Las Vegas Market, officials announced Wednesday.
The company will occupy just over 41,000-square feet of space in Building B of World Market Center, space 201. It previously was located on the first floor of Building A, where it has shown since 2004.
With the expanded space, the company plans to introduce more than 500 new pieces across different categories including living room, dining room, bedroom. The showroom also will have a new dedicated space for outdoor furniture.
“We’ve been looking to expand for about three years now, but we required a contiguous space, which can be hard to come by,” said Matthew Briggs, Four Hands’ chief executive officer. “To give customers and designers the full Four Hands experience, it’s imperative that we showcase the entire scope of offerings in a way that truly represents who we are as a brand. Moving to this new showroom is a great step forward in giving our customers the kind of experience that leaves them with a true understanding of what Four Hands is all about.”
The expansion occurs as the company is expanding across various categories including lighting, kitchen, sustainable upholstery, art and other décor that showcases the company’s position “as a lifestyle brand to meet the demands of multiple customer sets.”
“Over the last 25 years, Four Hands has built a strong reputation for developing innovative design techniques, combining high-quality materials with livable designs, and investing in long-term relationships with home and design professionals,” the company said, adding that its growth has led to several recent expansions, including a full redesign of the brand’s flagship showroom in Austin, Texas. The expanded Las Vegas space aims to “accommodate future growth, meet market demands and better serve West Coast customers.”
The company added that the new space aims to curate an “inspiring, grounded atmosphere that feels like home,” featuring an intentional selection of materials, architectural elements and finishes in a layout featuring a dedicated space for each room setting, “helping to achieve a residential design aesthetic while still maintaining Four Hands’ signature open-concept showroom design. With more room to work with, the Four Hands team is dialing in on everything from the visual displays to the playlists and the custom cocktails, with no detail being overlooked to create the best experience for all who visit.”
The showroom also features an expanded hospitality area with a larger bar and plenty of space for seating, along with a private meeting space for “on-site project planning and brainstorming.”
“Four Hands has been an important presence at Las Vegas Market since 2004,” said Dorothy Belshaw, Andmore executive vice president and chief growth officer. “Our January 2024 launch of a new destination for better home goods at Las Vegas Market offers a perfect opportunity to blend Four Hands’ business expansion goals with Andmore’s vision for this new resource for retailers and designers.”
The new space will be open for Las Vegas Market events in January and July and will officially launch during the Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 2024 Las Vegas Market. It is open between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. for walk-in traffic as well as those who make appointments.