Las Vegas Market Creates First-Ever Virtual Showhouse

The 12 participating designers will share the inspiration behind their rooms in a two-part webinar in August.

07/06/2020
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Las Vegas Market announced today its first-ever Build the Room: Virtual Showhouse, a project in which 12 well-known designers use cross-category exhibitor product to create a show-stopping room. The program, which will soon be live on lasvegasmarket.com, comes to life during two hour-long webinars on Aug. 20 and Aug. 27 when designers detail the ideas and inspirations behind their respective rooms.

“Our Build the Room designers were given no budget or style restrictions, resulting in carte blanche creativity for their concepts,” said Dorothy Belshaw, executive vice president, chief marketing and digital officer for International Market Centers. “The Virtual Showhouse is an imaginative – and fun – way to showcase the breadth and depth of cross-category products available at the Las Vegas Market.”

Participating designers include Britany Simon of Britany Simon Design House (lounge); Denise Morrison of Denise Morrison Interiors (master bedroom); Jannicke Ramsø of Tiny Little Pads (girls room); Jennifer Leonard of Nifelle Design (master bedroom); Kate Lester of Kate Lester Interiors (living room); Keia McSwain of Kimberly + Cameron Interiors & BIDN (dining parlor); Kerrie Kelly, FASID, of Kerrie Kelly Design Lab (home office); Lauren O’Connor of Sanctuary Design, Inc. (kitchen); Nicole Salceda of Eye For Pretty Interiors (living room); Nicole Yee of NY Interiors (family room); Rhonda E. Peterson of Rhonda Peterson & Associates (teen room); and Wendy Glaister of Wendy Glaister Interiors (home office).

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