Couristan, Kingsdown Set New Vegas Showrooms; Feizy Refreshes Dallas Merchandising
December 28, 2016,
NEW YORK—Rug manufacturer Couristan will open a permanent showroom within the Las Vegas World Market Center in time for the upcoming Las Vegas Market.
Located on the fourth floor in Building A, room 408, Couristan’s new space is positioned in the heart of Building A and is accessible by the escalators as well as the pedestrian bridge from Building B. The showroom will display an innovative assortment of products in a variety of constructions and qualities from the company’s power-loomed, handmade and outdoor/indoor area rug divisions.
“The Las Vegas World Market Center has become a global hub for the home décor industry and buyers clearly see this as a destination where trends emerge,” said Ron Couri, president and CEO of Couristan. With the opening of this showroom, Couristan now has combined nine showrooms and/or design studios in major cities nationwide.
“The display opportunity that the new showroom affords us is fantastic and puts us on the main bedding floor of the market—the Madison Avenue of mattress shopping, if you will,” said Frank Hood, president and CEO of Kingsdown.
At Dallas Market Center, Feizy will unveil its newly painted and merchandised showroom at World Trade Center, Suite 102, next month. The refreshed space will highlight a brilliant array of Feizy’s growing line, including Feizy’s Fine Collection, Lifestyles Collection and decadent one-of-a-kind rugs as well as the newest collection, a genuine hide group called Bartlett.
Feizy also will partner with interior designer Kerrie Kelly to host an educational breakfast on the topic “Livable Design: The Evolution of the Home Environment,” in the Dallas showroom on Jan. 20 at 9:30 a.m. Kelly is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist and one of the designers for Feizy’s Haute Trends collection.
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