LAS VEGAS — Sagebrook Home is launching more than 700 new items at this week’s Las Vegas Market.
In addition to hosting buyers in-person in its World Market Center A-427 space, Sagebrook also will offer virtual showroom tours as it builds on momentum and attendance at the Atlanta and Dallas markets. Sagebrook Home offers virtual market and virtual tours for all showroom locations in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas, Atlanta and High Point.
In Las Vegas, the company will feature an additional 200 items not shown in Atlanta or Dallas for a total of 700 new items in the showroom. Introductions include accessories, decorative objects, figurines, furniture, home décor, mirrors, sculptures, vases and wall décor.
“Whether buyers decide to shop in person or virtually, we know that the new introductions deliver an elevated style that our buyers are searching for without impacting their budgets,” said Sagebrook Home Co-CEO Jason Kachan.
Marketing Director Serena Martin said the company was “pleasantly surprised” with traffic during August markets to date.
“Both in Atlanta and Dallas, our showrooms saw measurably more in person attendance and more virtual appointments that we expected,” Martin said. “While showing in Vegas, we are not requiring market attendees to book appointments in order visit our showroom. We do recommend buyers who want to book virtual appointments register in advance so they can select the best time to virtually shop.”
Martin further shares from her recent post on the company’s blog, How Furnishings & Decor Markets are Adapting, “We are all learning firsthand that as markets change, how our customers are sourcing is also changing.”
“As buyers become more comfortable shopping virtually, our bilingual English/Spanish sales teams work to offer clients personalized options based on each customer’s unique style and tastes.”
She added that shopping virtually and viewing more than 10,000 items takes time, but it’s worth the effort.
“We help our customers to virtual market prep so that we know what style, trend and products each buyer is looking for,” Martin wrote. “After hosting 50-plus virtual appointments in Atlanta our team feels like they have truly mastered the art of going virtual.”