Stylish, organic furnishings and accessories add to diversity at World Market Center Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Design Center announced that Palecek has opened a new 2,500 square-foot showroom, featuring its wide array of natural, handcrafted home furnishings. The national and international wholesaler’s location will adjoin the new, multi-line LMS Design Group showroom, offering designer furnishings and inspiration to designers and consumers alike. LMS Design Group staff will operate Palecek between the biannual Las Vegas Market.
David Beld, vice president, sales and marketing with Palecek, said that the new World Market Center Las Vegas showroom brings a wonderful opportunity to expand and service the Palecek clientele. “Palecek is excited to unveil our new, permanent showroom in Las Vegas Design Center (A-132) in time for the January 2011 Market,” said Beld. “As we break ground in our new space, we at Palecek are eager to develop with Las Vegas Design Center and take advantage of the growing West Coast market. The opportunity to showcase our products at World Market Center will allow Palecek to expand its West Coast presence. Palecek is thrilled to be part of the growth of World Market Center Las Vegas.”
Palecek got its start 35 years ago in the San Francisco Bay Area. Thanks to a loyal customer base and innovative designs, Palecek has expanded to include wood, wicker, rattan and metal furniture, domestic upholstery and finishing, lighting, wall décor, textiles, accessories and gifts. Palecek’s domestic manufacturing headquarters is one of the largest employers in Richmond, California. With seven national showrooms, Palecek has become the premier company within its niche.
“While Palecek has grown, it has maintained a steady, tangible connection to its roots in woven basketry,” said Randy Wells, vice president, Las Vegas Design Center. “There is a link to that core competency of woven natural materials that is visible in everything Palecek creates. The result is a beautiful product line and a terrific, unique brand. Over the years, Palecek has flourished as a full-line furniture, lighting and accessories company that is a staple for many designers, and we are very excited to have them as a part of Las Vegas Design Center.”
About Palecek: Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Palecek is a preferred national and international wholesaler of handcrafted furniture, accessories and lighting. Inspired by a network of artisans from around the world, Palecek creates its signature look by combining the best natural materials with top quality construction, resulting in pieces that function beautifully in both residential and hospitality environments. Offering everything from award-winning innovations to custom designs, Palecek is a one-stop manufacturer for retailers and designers who need highly versatile products as stylish as they are timeless. Founded by President Allan H. Palecek, the company has permanent showrooms in Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco, as well as a market-only showroom in High Point, North Carolina.
About Las Vegas Design Center at World Market Center Las Vegas: Sitting at the epicenter of the world’s fastest growing home furnishings complex, Las Vegas Design Center at World Market Center Las Vegas is a year-round resource for design-seeking consumers and designers showcasing top names in fine furniture, decorative accessories, wall décor, lighting, floor coverings, fabrics and trim. Now open to the public Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., LVDC boasts hundreds of leading manufacturers’ lines. An important source of education for the industry, Las Vegas Design Center also attracts many of the industry’s most prominent thought leaders to its comprehensive slate of seminars, networking receptions and other sought-after events. Las Vegas Design Center is home to downtown Las Vegas’ first upscale Mexican restaurant Mundo, A Culinary Haute Spot. For more information, visit www.lvdesigncenter.com.
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