LMS Design Group to Open Las Vegas Showroom

LAS VEGAS--LMS Design Group is opening a 5,000 square-foot showroom inside Las Vegas Design Center at World Market Center Las Vegas. The showroom will debut during Las Vegas Market, Jan. 24-28 and remain open year-round.

LMS Design Group is a Las Vegas-based, multi-line fabric and furniture resource that offers a diverse assortment of textiles and furnishings, as well as wall coverings, lighting and Italian linens, among others. Lines include Adriana Hoyos, Artifacts International, CR Currin, Evanson, Duralee, Highland Court, Jab Metropolitan, B. Berger and Maxwell Fabrics.

"I am looking into the future," said company owner LouAnn Sanoff. "I personally believe that Las Vegas Design Center will be the place to be. Designers enjoy going to one place without having to travel. It's all about convenience and saving time."

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