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Market Trends - Reflecting on Spring 2021 Vegas Market
Episode 4630th April 2021 • Hot Young Designers Club • Hot Young Designers Club
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On this week's episode we're taking you on a journey to Las Vegas Market with our favorite showrooms, trends, and tips. We even got to catch up with a few guest Hotties to share their thoughts from Spring 2021's Market.

 

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The food and coffee situation at Las Vegas Market was rough

Rebecca is stoked that her website got fixed, she uses the Elementor plug-in for Wordpress

They're both stoked that Handmaid's Tale is back for Season 4

Shaun's potential client is really disappointed at the design options her home builder is offering

We caught up with Alexis Garrett of Alexis Garrett Design.

Alexis liked seeing caning, rope, and rattan

She loved Kim Salmela's collection for Norwalk Furniture, linens from Pom Pom At Home, and unique offerings from Kiss That Frog

Shaun picked up on a Golden Girls aesthetic that he didn't necessarily love

We spent some quality time with Maegan Blau of Blue Copper Design

Maegan highlighted rope furniture, modern lighting, and relaxed upholstery

We all visited the Sunset West outdoor furniture showroom and want to up our game

Rebecca loved seeing new ideas for leather details

Shaun is calling it - boucle is done

They both noticed traditional finishes like alabaster and crystal in lighting

Rebecca is all here for 70s lighting trends

Finally we got a cameo appearance from Ashley Ausland from Ausland Interior to hear her thoughts

Ashley loved seeing curved upholstery, fluting details, and tambour.

Seeing rounded shapes may be a reaction to the harshness of the last few years.

It reminded Rebecca of Ingrid Lee's book, Joyful

We both drew inspiration from the details inside the Vegas hotels

And we both enjoyed our stay at The Hotel Nomad

There was a bit of a roaring 20's influence in materials and shapes

The Hudson Valley Lighting showroom never disappoints

Shaun talks about how he wants to level up his outdoor furnishing game

They both shared how they're making plans to bring more accessory purchasing into their business

Rebecca's market pick was Mercana

Shaun's market pick was Classic Home