Visual Comfort to Open Las Vegas Showroom

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LAS VEGAS-Lighting company Visual Comfort & Co. will open its new boutique lighting showroom later this month at Las Vegas Market. Partnering with LMS Design Group in the Las Vegas Design Center, suite #A-132, the company will highlight its collections from Ralph Lauren Home, E.F. Chapman, Thomas O'Brien, Barbara Barry, Suzanne Kasler, Alexa Hampton and Visual Comfort Studio.

"We are proud to partner with LMS Design Group and to be among the other established companies in the Las Vegas Design Center," said Andy Signer, president, Visual Comfort & Co. "We feel this strategic move is both timely and necessary to be more accessible to our West Coast customers."

The company will also feature its new lighting collection in partnership with Aerin, a global luxury lifestyle brand from Aerin Lauder. Interpreting French, Italian and Austrian design from the 1930s to the 1970s, the new collection has more than 30 designs of wall, ceiling, floor and table lamps.

"In developing furniture and lighting we explored my favorite examples of European design and added modern elements," said Lauder. "The resulting collections are both luxurious and approachable, something that I strive for in all Aerin product."

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