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Fresh Finds from the Las Vegas Market



Our editor on-the-go Suzanne S. Brown scours the nation’s top markets for discoveries in home design, furniture, and décor. Here, her picks from the Las Vegas Market.

MINI CONVERSATION PIECES
Modern and ancient art  inspire table-top sculptures in iron, bronze and gilded metals on marble bases from Bungalow 5. Among the designs are Lipizzaner horse and human figures, $100 to $365. bungalow5.com

 

FINDING AN ANGLE
Sharp edges belie the softer structure of the Zephyr side table, which is wrapped in raffia matting and has a wood top bordered in brass trim. It is part of a stylish collection created in collaboration with Los Angeles-based designer Kirk Nix. In two sizes, $1,688 or $1,818. palecek.com

 

NATURE, ELEVATED
A gingko-leaf motif adorns both the gold-leaf-finished chandelier and cabinet. The Gin Kyo lighting fixture, $2,440, is from Currey & Company’s Marjorie Skouras collection. The teak Bohlend cabinet has hand-cut leaf marquetry and brass hardware, $10,990. curreyco.com

 

SLEEP SOLID
The clean-lined Otis poster bed by designer Thomas Bina for Resource Décor has a reclaimed French oak headboard and footboard. The posts are solid oak. Queen $4,785, king $5,085. resourcedecor.com

 

MODERN GEOMETRY
Fluted conic and mini sculptures from Gold Leaf Design Group make intriguing accents. The larger pieces are made of raw iron with a matte powder coating, $150. The small origami paper designs are a six-piece set, $40. At Ward & Child—The Garden Store, Salt Lake City, Utah, goldleafdesigngroup.com

 


SINK IN
Buttery soft camel-colored top-grain leather worked in horizontal channels beckons one to linger in the Chance chair from Four Hands, based in Austin, Texas. A simple parawood frame completes the package, $1,225 (a version in linen is $695). Visit store locations at fourhands.com

 

TABLE OF CONTENT
Black iron in a scalloped pattern makes this Arteriors console table a perfect piece for an entry or behind a sofa. The Felice design has a black glass top and antique brass cube accents. $4,200. arteriorshome.comSaveSave

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