HTD Is Gearing Up For Las Vegas Market

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Home Trends & Design will be attending the bi-annual Las Vegas market on July 30-August 4, where they will unveil new collections.

Home Trends and Design, (HTD) will return for the bi-annual Las Vegas summer market on July 30- August 4 to display new 2016 collections and designs. The HTD exhibit is located in showroom B-120.

At market, HTD will introduce new and exciting collections that use variations of mixed medias and highlight interior design trends toward industrial styles. The showroom will also reinterpret classic pieces and collections with updated details. At market, buyers will receive exclusive discounts on products, including the ART card that takes 10% off all stocked product at market.

“Colonial Plantation is one of our signature collections that we are going to reimagine with unexpected pairings and accents,” Visual Projects Manager and Product Developer Warren Clark said. “We want to breathe new life into our existing collections and attract new buyers to our new mixed media styles.”

Furniture by HTD is hand crafted from sustainably sourced and reclaimed woods, as well as recycled materials. With styles not found in traditional furniture stores, HTD strives to offer products that accentuate the beauty of natural materials through artistic balance, portion, scale and finish.

“Buyers tend to linger at our exhibit because they take notice of the quality and craftsmanship behind our product,” Clark said. “We have great margins for our products that make buyers often look at our price tags and do double takes in our showroom.”

As a founding member of the Sustainable Furnishings Council, a coalition of furnishing companies that advocate for sustainable business practices, to creating the Mango Foundation, an organization dedicated to responsible furniture design by challenging the industry standard and revolutionizing the way furniture companies conduct business, HTD continues their story through an uncompromising commitment to global initiatives.

“One of our biggest aspects of sustainability is using materials in a responsible way. The heirloom quality of our furniture means that these materials are being made into furniture that will last for generations,” CEO Hank Cravey said. “One thing that makes our company unique, and one of the reasons we have been successful, is our passion to build really great furniture, which is a key element of sustainability. We built this business because of our passion, and we are excited to share that passion with our clients at market in Vegas.”

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