The Las Vegas Market is a total whirlwind of tables, light fixtures, rugs, pillows, bedding, events, heat, walking, catalogs, store owners and designers - and is also one our favorite weekends of the year! The largest furniture and design complex in the world hosts the Vegas Market twice a year where showrooms and home furnishing companies showcase their new product lines for designers and retail space owners to see. It's such a great chance to meet other designers, showroom reps, and see pieces in person instead of just in a catalog! And now we're back and ready to share with you the treasures we found while in Vegas. 

After going through all of our photos and favorite showrooms - we narrowed our findings down to two moodboards to showcase all of our favorites. Some are linked to an alternate as well!

One (similar option) - The Mayfair Fitzjames Wrought Iron Pendant by Currey and Co. They never disappoint and this one is a classic! We can't think of a space it wouldn't look great in. 

Two (similar option) - Large Canvas Globe by Jamie Young. A unique take on the classic decorative globe, this one is wrapped in canvas and outline in a dark stitch. Such a cool piece for an office or kids room!

Three (similar option) - Athanas Table Lamp by Uttermost. We've been a little in love with this lamp for a while now and seeing it in person put the final nail in the coffin and it's time to place an order. Another classic - we love the clean lines and luxurious alabaster base. Also loving rectangular lamp shades right now! Such a great way to update a lamp. 

Four (similar option) - Hayward End Table by Interlude. This wrought iron and mirrored side table is flawless - adds instant class and elegance to any space. And the size is great, it can be so hard to find a good sized round end table, but this one fits the bill, folks.

Five - Maxwell Sofa by Orient Express Furniture. We'll try not to use the word "classic" one more time, but come on, have you seen a more classic sofa? This is the perfect base to build on for any style of family room. It can go traditional, transitional, modern, country - you get the idea! This baby is blank canvas to switch out art, pillows, etc. and get a brand new feeling each time. 

Six - Study Abroad Series by Wendover Art. Travel lovers, this one's for you! We often find ourselves wanting to design/decorate with art, objects, patterns, etc. that are inspired by our favorite travel destinations, but often this can be tricky to do without looking cheesy or mismatched. This series of matted prints is perfect! There are a variety of destinations and they're just the right amount of abstract to look decorative, but still play to a love of travel. 

Seven (similar option) - Gabby Dupont Mirror. Ok so we lied, this is yet another classic!! You cannot go wrong with this black iron mirror. We love the transitional style and perfect size. 

Eight - Addy Rug by Jaipur. A modern, updated geometric rug and man is it gorgeous in person! We'd love to see this in a formal living room or dressy dining room. 

One (similar option) - Bravar III Lamp by Mercana. This lamp though! Understated, but also a work of art. And if you know us, we'll never say no to blue. 

Two - Made Goods Coco Mirror. Another work of art! This mirror is a statement if we've ever seen one. Forget the boring framed mirrors, this is a showstopper. 

Three (similar option) - Made Goods Kimberly Chair. We were a little giddy when we ran into this chair at market. The clean lines, gold finish, Modern French doesn't get much better. 

Four (similar option) - Gabby Eleanor Console. Another fun fact - we basically love all things grasscloth/sea grass/textured grass - and this scalloped seagrass wrapped console has it all. 

Five (similar option) - Antonia Tray by Jamie Young. Alabaster is one of our favorite accent finishes. This one made us do a double take. 

Six - Orlando Owl by Jellycat. Ok so this may or may not be specifically design related, but if you have yet to discover Jellycat stuffed animals, there is nothing better. You may never stray to another brand again! They've become our staple baby gift and can verifiably say that kids put them through the ringer and they are still as cute as ever. We about died at this owl on display at market. 

Seven - Paul Marrot Feathers. Another great statement piece for the wall! Great for a neutral or white space that needs some color. 

Eight (similar option) - Kate Spade Gramercy Rug. Ok so we really actually loved the ENTIRE Kate Spade line at Jaipur - pillows, rugs, throws...they weren't selling handbags, but we love those too. This was one of our favorites!

Chevron Texture | Marbled Stripe | Groundworks Feline | Ink Blots | De Gournay

Favorite Sources:

Decorator's Best - Designer wallpapers available by yard/roll online. 

Paper My Walls - A great grasscloth source.

Hygge & West - Sells some of our favorites like Oh Joy! and Rifle Paper Co. They even have a removable wallpaper tile section!

Walnut Wallpaper - Great selection of unique designs. 

eBay - You hate it or you love it, but every now and then you can find a great deal on a hand painted silk knock-off or out of stock Anthro papers. 

Rebecca Atwood - Hand dyed and printed fabrics and wallpapers from a Brooklyn based designer. 

Walls Need Love - The ultimate source for removable wallpaper. 

Anthropologie - An expertly curated selection of wallpapers from all of the greats.

Five Friday Favorites: Tile

Has anyone else been swooning over the amazing tile work showing up all over social media? Mudroom floors to kitchen backsplashes and stop-in-your-tracks bathrooms: we love it all! And with that, here are a few of our most favorites...

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And by way of a quick introduction since we're new around here, check the blog for our Five Friday Favorites and design thoughts & tips, pretty pictures, project updates and reveals, and all things home related!