Stanley Furniture, Christopher Guy and More to Open Showrooms at World Market Center

LAS VEGAS-Four well-known brands will open showrooms within Las Vegas Design Center at World Market Center in time for the Winter 2013 Las Vegas Market, scheduled Jan. 28-Feb. 1: Christopher Guy, Stanley Furniture, Julian Chichester/Mr. Brown and Norwalk Furniture.  These four new-to-market showrooms encompass more than 26,000 square feet and are located on the first two floors of Building A.

Christopher Guy will open an 8,184-square-foot showroom on the first floor of Building A, A100.

Originally known for a wide-range of decorative mirrors, the Christopher Guy brand has grown into a collection of upholstery, chairs, dining tables, sofas, headboards, office furniture and more.

Next door, Stanley Furniture is set to open two new showrooms in A109 and A110 totaling 11,549 square feet, the company's first trade showroom expansion west of the Mississippi. The leading designer and manufacturer is known for its creation of wood residential furniture for every room of the home including dining, bedroom, home office and home entertainment.

British manufacturer Julian Chichester will debut a 2,693-square-foot showroom for its Mr. Brown line in A133.  Upholstered furniture leader Norwalk Furniture is launching a 4,194-square-foot showroom on the second floor of Building A.  Norwalk Furniture offers classic designs, over 850 fabrics and leathers, and highly customizable offerings all made in the USA.

"Las Vegas Design Center is currently experiencing a renaissance with the enhancement and diversification of its upper-end resources to our already strong offering," said Paul Watson, vice president of LVDC. "These new brands each bring a unique design aesthetic and perspective to LVDC. We are thrilled to welcome each new showroom to LVDC, which is fast earning a reputation as the largest and most comprehensive design center in the west." 

These brands join the center's existing design stars open year-round, including Robert Allen/Beacon Hill, Global Views, Four Hands, Capel Rugs, Palecek, and multi-line showroom LMS Design Group. 

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