Highlights from Our Trip to Las Vegas Market

Last week we had the chance to attend Las Vegas Market, a huge trade show—we’re talking three buildings, at least ten floors each—filled with furniture and home decor from thousands of designers. We spent days browsing the showrooms, ooo-ing and aw-ing over the most beautiful furniture and accessories, and searching for the perfect items to bring to Belle Escape.

We absolutely loved the gorgeousness that we saw in the showrooms, and we occasionally stopped to enjoy a luxurious sofa or two.

Now that we’re back, we want to share with you some of our favorite trends that we spotted:

Hand-painted chests and tables, perfect for French country and cottage homes.

Weathered chests and tables, ideal for achieving the coastal look.

Louis reproductions in beautiful shabby finishes. We love all things French shabby!

Scripted French chairs and matching pillows. We also adore the decorative nail head trim on this chair.

Mirrored tables…quite glamorous!

Pops of lime green! So bright and refreshing!

We are thrilled to have spotted so many gems, and we can’t wait to bring them to you in our online boutique!



  1. What vendor booth is the top picture…I love the picture on the mantle of the Tree with the Moth & Butterfly. Beautiful. Will you be carrying any of those on your website?

  2. Hi Kisten, We are adding new products each week that we discovered at the Las Vegas Furniture Market. That particular booth reps many different lines and we’re working on adding some of them to Belle Escape! We’ll keep you posted on that picture. Thanks!

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