Las Vegas Market Grows Pavilions Exhibitors

The Pavilions temporary spaces at the January 26 to 30, 2020, Winter Las Vegas Market will host more than 90 new and returning exhibitors among the more than 450 temporary gift and home resources.

International Market Centers pointed out that the Pavilions will feature five core destinations: Gift, Handmade, Design, Home and Discoveries: The Antique Vintage Marketplace.

Gift features approximately 200 exhibitors showing product segments including decorative gifts, tabletop, housewares, gourmet foods, jewelry, apparel, personal care, baby and kids, stationery, and lifestyle products. New-to-market gift resources include: Papyrus– Recycled Greetings, 247 Reps, Beerthday, Carruth Studio, Creative Ideas, Davis & Davis Gourmet Foods, ESC and Co., Eyebobs, Feifish/Close 2 UR Heart, Handbag Handcuff, Illustrated Light, Indian Heritage, Loulou Lolip, Love+Wellness+Oils, Lynn Garlick Reablos, Lynn Lianna, Milk Barn Candles, Mosaic Homewares, Nectar Bath Treats, Puzzles That Rock, Rocky Mountain Posters, Sand Straw, Sedona Spirit, The Grand Band, Unplug Soy Candles, Wild Hare Designs, Wildwood Landing, and Xplorer Maps.

Handmade will showcase almost 100 artisans, makers and local made designers, emphasizing artistry and originalities in all product categories.

Design will lay out its 50 exhibitors under the sub-designations Lifestyle and Home. Design Lifestyle will focus on emerging designers and forward-focused products while Design Home will emphasize style-driven home décor, furniture and textiles collections.

Home includes more than 50 suppliers of accent decor, furniture, textiles, linens and decorative accessories. The Pavilions also incorporate immediate delivery resources in the Discoveries: The Antique Vintage Marketplace destination as well as an assortment of cash and carry lines.

In addition, the Pavilions will present specialized hand-crafted and artisan-inspired resources as part of Aid to Artisans and Artisanal LA. Aid to Artisans spotlights first-time exhibitors offering a variety of curated, maker-produced goods from international creators, while the Artisanal LA pop-up highlights 35 Los Angeles-based unique-to-market merchandise in categories that includes home goods.