Seen at Las Vegas Market

This past week, Home News Now visited the Las Vegas Market where we saw numerous exhibitors and products in case goods, upholstery, occasional furniture and even bedding. Attendance was vibrant, making it feel like an extremely strong start to this year’s market cycle. Even better still, retailers and designers seemed to be in good spirits, placing orders and making commitments along the way. Below is a glimpse of the showrooms we visited and the people and events we ran into during the market.

The Renzo dining set by Porter Designs is made with solid mango. The table retails for $1,199 and the sideboard at $899.

AICO’s Antinelo Living Room collection features this upholstery group in a boucle fabric, peekaboo accent pillows with Turkish corners and contemporary occasional tables that coordinate with the seating.

The Orbit outdoor living set by Armen Living features solid eucalyptus frames and woven rope on the chairs, sofa and cocktail table. The sofa retails around $1,699 and the chairs around $1,099.

Licensing partners gather at the Therapedic International showroom as part of its 2024 Group Meeting, the first such gathering the company has hosted since September 2019. It was attended by 40 individuals representing 17 of the company’s licensing partners. They represented a mix of the company’s U.S. licensees plus owners and representatives from six of its international locations as close as Mexico and as far away as Indonesia and Taiwan.

Attendees of Therapedic’s 2024 Group Meeting listen to a presentation by Adam Weinman on the success of the company’s licensed Tommy Bahama bedding line.

The Seneca dining set by Powell Co. includes a table with an open base for storage. A table, four chairs and a bench retail at $749.

This sectional by Kuka Home features woven rattan accents on the end panels and plush seating featuring layers of feathers, fibers and foam to create a high level of comfort. It has a California casual and Mediterranean design aesthetic that makes it both livable and luxurious.

The Hilara dining set by Crown Mark is one of the company’s 20 new dining introductions at the Las Vegas Market. Scaled for apartment living, it is made with oak veneers and hardwood solids.

Fireplace entertainment consoles were a hit at Legends Furniture. The domestically made Nantucket model here is shown in two sizes, 74 inches and 97 inches.

This sectional is part of the Sky collection by Flexsteel. It features CloudLux seating with premium micro-denier fiber fill that mimics the characteristics of natural down. 

This coastal-inspired vignette was on display at the Coaster Fine Furniture showroom in Las Vegas. The look is illustrated by the frames, fabrics and finishes as well as the art on the walls.

Bobo Intriguing Objects made its debut inside the showrooms of Hooker Furnishings and sister brands Pulaski and SLF at the Las Vegas Market. Here a visitor is looking at the product mix ranging from furniture, lighting and accessories to other decorative decor.

Best Home Furnishings reported strong traffic in its showroom at market. Here buyers are seen looking at fabric samples and upholstery frames.

The Tanner wall bed by Modus Furniture is made with solid oak and retails at $1,499 in king. It is shown with companion case pieces, also made with solid oak.

GigaCloud Technology held a grand-opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new showroom in Las Vegas. Here company President Iman Schrock is seen addressing visitors just before the ribbon cutting.

City of Hope kicked off its 2024 fundraiser at the King Koil showroom in Las Vegas on Sunday, Jan. 28. Pictured here are Jeff Gober, left, and Marc Navarre, both of Talalay Global; Remy Tack, Global Textile Alliance; and David Binke, CEO of King Koil, who is being honored with COH’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the West Coast Golf & Tennis Tournament later this year in Coto de Caza, California.

Also attending the City of Hope Fundraiser kickoff at King Koil were Vanessa Papazian, Napa Furniture Design; Roy Hester, Planned Furniture Promotions; and Bobby Papazian and Nicholas Papazian, Napa Furniture.

The Padma chair by Four Hands features top-grain leather tanned with eucalyptus leaves that is shown in corduroy-inspired pattern on the chair frame.

Pulaski Furniture, a division of Hooker Furnishings, showed its Ashby Place collection at the Las Vegas Market. This dining set is made with quartered ash veneers in a finish called Reflection Gray.

The 72-inch Osiris console by Horizon Home features door panels with a pattern of high-low solid pine planks. It retails at $999.

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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