Standard Furniture Relocates Vegas Showroom

LAS VEGAS-Standard Furniture, a manufacturer of wood furniture, has moved its Las Vegas Market showroom to room 1489 in building C of the World Market Center.

The company had previously been showing in room 1501 of building C. Measuring 25,000 square feet, the new showroom has a visually open and modern floor plan that allows for a more effective use of space, according to Todd Evans, Standard Furniture's president. Designed by the company's showroom designer, Vicki Garrett, it will feature a freestanding customer cafe in the center, surrounded by product displays and thus making it easier to view the company's various categories, according to a World Market Center statement.

Evans added that the new space will give the company the opportunity to design its showroom "from the ground up to perfectly fit with our merchandising mix."

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