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Top Picks From Las Vegas Market: Summer 2018 Edition

In case you missed it, the Las Vegas Market just wrapped its Summer 2018 iteration after making a quite a splash in the Entertainment Capital of the World. This biannual interior design showcase promises to bring the latest and greatest design products from the West Coast, and Summer Market 2018 did not disappoint! If you could not make it to Vegas, fear not, because Design Manager got the scoop so you won’t miss a beat. We are sharing our top picks from the best of Las Vegas Market, plus giving you a rundown of our favorite new product reveals.

Let’s Talk Tableware

Saro table setting

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This elegant, country-chic table setting will bring a touch of traditional finery to a rustic cabin or unfussy coziness to a sleek city loft. Saro began as a maker of decorative lace, and while the European tradition is still at the heart of its designs, today it offers a wide range of twists on their original aesthetic across an impressive array of home goods and decor.


How are you living?

Scout Lounge Chair by Oly Studio

Oly Studio Chair


The juxtaposition of natural hide paired with a regal silhouette gives this chair an air of rugged refinement, a rarely captured combination. The aluminum details on the frame are the perfect finishing touch to this American Western twist on a traditional throne. Oly Studio is known for its self-described “casual elegance,” to which this chair is case-in-point.


Darcy Sofa by Moss Studio

Moss Studio Sofa

The Darcy Sofa calls to you from across the room, with its stylishly slouchy aesthetic and cloudlike cushions that you can easily picture yourself settling into for a cozy interlude of relaxation. Moss Studio effortlessly embodies the LA vibe of urban chic meets California cool.


Pillows from Randi and Will by Pulvermacher Fashion

Randi and Will Collection pillows

Falling into these soft, voluminous pillows is a cushy dream come true, while the thick cross-stitched linen and reverse stitched edges speak of structure. The Randi and Will Collection is all about luxurious fabric, of which this Miami based brand is a master.


Outdoor Rapport

The Recaro Outdoor Lounge Chair from Palecek

Palecek Chair

This lounger can bring yacht-life luxury to any patio, whether seaside or landlocked. The teak is so supple and its lines are so clean, this chair also works for interiors with a laid-back vibe. Founded over 40 years ago, Palecek was an early adopter of using woven natural materials in its furniture, which has since become increasingly popular for not only style, but durability, function, and eco-friendliness. The Recaro Lounge chair represents an extension of this indoor/outdoor aesthetic, replacing rattan with marine rope.


Sleep in Style

Pine Cone Hill Bedding

Pine Cone Hill Bedding

Everything about this bedding set, from the colors, to the pattern, to the tactile weave of its fabric, invoke the serenity of a quiet beach. Pine Cone Hill is the bedding company under the Annie Selke, interior, textile, and product designer, brand umbrella. Selke defines herself as a traveler and flea-market treasure hunter, and the aesthetic of her Pine Cone Hill line is appropriately casual with refined edges.


Light & Make Bright

Denison Rectangular Lantern by Currey and Company

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You can’t go wrong with this classic, multi-room chandelier. The traditional silhouette and hammered wrought-iron frame suggest an immaculately kept antique, while the bluntly squared off edges and simple connections reveal the playfulness of modernity. Currey and Company are known for their "garden whimsy,” which is fitting of the piece.  


Eugenie Tufted Acrylic Bench by Safavieh

SAFAVIEH benches 

This plush seat is a generously sized place to plop solo, or a cozy fit for two. The rich jewel tones and lucite legs bring Studio 54 glamour, while the practical, easy to clean fabric makes these benches family friendly.  Function meets fashion is the name of the game at Safavieh, and they are long-time all-star champions.


Howard Elliott Mirrors

howard elliot mirrors

We love a greige palette as much as the next person, but sometimes a room needs a little levity. These mini rounded mirrors provide a pop of color in a pinch and offer a fun opportunity for layering and other unconventional installations. Howard Elliott will customize colors to make these the perfect finishing touch for any room.  


Now, a quick recap of our favorite new products introduced at Las Vegas Market Summer 2018:


B722 Outdoor Lounger from Modway Furniture

modway furniture rattan sunbrella

This spacious outdoor lounger can seat 10 people comfortably, making it a must-have for frequent entertainers. The sleek and easy to maneuver canopy provides UV protection that still lets enough light through to provide the perfect glow for a professional grade selfie. Modway Furniture is an industry leader in outdoor furniture designs and cutting-edge outdoor materials.


C584 by Tempaper


The first wallpaper collection from husband and wife duo Cortney and Robert Novogratz, the series includes eleven whimsical patterns. Tempaper’s self-adhesive and removable wallpaper comes in a wide variety of solids and patterns that range from traditional Chinoiserie to Mondrian-inspired color blocks. Tempaper is not only making flawless DIY installation a breeze, they are leading the move towards sustainability in design. All of their materials are non-toxic and environmentally friendly.

We are sorry we missed you in Vegas this time around, but we are planning big things for the High Point Market this Fall, so stay turned! Also, we want to give a special thanks and photo credits to Angelo Adamo, who did a Design Manager Instagram takeover at Summer Market 2018, as well as a shout out to one of our favorite podcasters and photo contributors, Nick May of the The Chaise Lounge Podcast. To be included on our exclusive guest list for our Fall High Point Party October 12th, please sign up below.


Lindsay Paoli
Lindsay Paoli
Lindsay is in charge of the Sales and Marketing team at Design Manager and has enjoyed growing the DM company for the past 10 years. In her spare time though, you can find her taking care of her two adorably demanding little rugrats, traveling, enjoying new restaurants or cheering on her beloved Philadelphia sports teams with her friends and family.

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