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Las Vegas Market's Color-Inspired Exhibit

LAS VEGAS - The Winter Las Vegas Market, January 28-February 1, will showcase "Road to Emerald," a colorful, "total home" product exhibit on the first floor of Building C.

Inspired by emerald, Pantone's 2013 Color of the Year, and co-presented with Houzz, "Road to Emerald" will feature three lifestyle concepts showcasing products from current and future Las Vegas Market tenants, all against the backdrop of recent Pantone color picks: Emerald, Tangerine Tango and Honeysuckle.

"We wanted to create a visually striking, merchandised window display that represents the 'total home' product offering available at Las Vegas Market, plus a dazzling Emerald City right here in Las Vegas is a natural," said Dana Andrew, vice president of global marketing and communications, International Market Centers. "From furniture and accessories to gifts and tabletop, our 'Road to Emerald' mixes on-trend products with impactful colors that continue to bring excitement to home and gift stores."

Featured products include: a light fixture designed by Mary McDonald for Robert Abbey; chairs and tables from Las Vegas Market newcomers Julian Chichester and Mr. Brown; a best-selling vanity table and chair from Christopher Guy (who returns to Las Vegas Market this winter in a new showroom) complemented by a glam-inspired upholstered lingerie swivel chest and faux sheepskin bench created by Michael Amini of innovator AICO; a dining table from industry bellwether (and Las Vegas Market first-timer) Stanley Furniture, adorned with a complete tabletop presentation by internationally-renowned home brand Alessi (a future Las Vegas Market tenant); wall décor from the Barry Dixon Collection by Arteriors; a new rug from the Genevieve Gorder Collection by Capel; eclectic accents from Phillips Collection; and more.

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