Rough luxe is in, and this trend certainly does double duty from shabby to chic by utilizing reclaimed metals, muted tones and sustainable woods.
This curved chest of drawers from showcases weathered wood and antiqued brass details.
This rustic bed from is made from sustainably harvested wood.
Dovetail Designs’ reclaimed wood-and-metal "Santa Barbara" dining table and chairs manages to be well-worn and modern at the same time.
Calvin Klein’s neutral play on the classic ikat print for is both bold and muted, the perfect addition to any room.
This “Restaurant Cart” in the showroom mixes wood and metal for an oversized take on a classic hospitality design.
Vegas wouldn’t be Vegas without a little bling. The light-catching sheen, high-gloss lacquer and shimmering metallics of these pieces is undoubtedly glamorous.
This bench in the showroom is upholstered in an opulent pearlized fabric for a thoroughly modern look.
This statement console from gets an opulent makeover with a coat of silver paint and oversized handles that up the shine factor.
Shiny fabric? Check. Rhinestone nailheads? Check. This little quatrefoil bench from is utterly lavish.
sunburst mirror is a showstopper – more a piece of art than a mirror, it’s sure to be the piece de resistance in any room.
Perhaps the blingiest of all the pieces at Las Vegas Market, this Italian-designed chair rocks -encrusted pillars and lavish gold tufting.
From modern to oversized, pendants to sconces, the lighting at Las Vegas market left little to be desired.
Lucy lights are a new take on the classic chandelier design – and they are available as sconces or as a pendant.
This friendly little table lamp from reminds us of the Mod Squad 1960’s.
gold paillette chandelier is the new take on the ever-popular disco ball.
This collection of Indian-inspired lighting lends an ethnic appeal to the showroom.
glamorous silver chandelier is inspired by the classic shapes of Murano glass chandeliers, but finished in a more modern fashion.
Woven, shag, criss-cross and loomed, these fabrics and rugs showcase
This leather shag from Calvin Klein for is completely out of the box, yet neutral at the same time.
newest collection, aptly named the “Textures” collection, features cross-weaving and is also anti-microbial.
Larry Laslo’s newest collection of fabrics for includes this fun and funky pattern in teal and goldenrod, both big color trends for 2009.
three-dimensional pattern borrows from traditional hand-knotting and looming techniques to create a completely modern look.