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Local lore has it that most people tend to entertain on the Strip instead of in their homes, leading to a lack of places such as Crate & Barrel and Ikea in a city of 2 million people. Fortunately, there are no shortage of stores to help you spruce up your humble abode in the city whether you're looking for a simple lamp or an entire makeover.
After the jump, we've mapped out 38 of our favorites, including no-brainer chain staples such as Ethan Allen and Unica Home, unique showrooms at the Las Vegas Design Center, vintage stores and higher-end options for really taking your home to the next level. To narrow down the pool, we've left off anything that hasn't been open for at least six months.
Did we miss one of your favorites? We'll be updating the map periodically, so let us know your thoughts in the comments section or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here find vintage-inspired home furnishings with more than 300 products to choose from. The timeless pieces features beautiful textures, rich tones, unique characteristics, natural fibers and outstanding craftsmanship.
Offering a wide array of garden-oriented gifts and decorative items for the home and garden. Decoratives from well-known design houses, such as Jay Strongwater, Eva Gordon, MacKenzie-Childs and Intrada Italy are offered.
Where else in the world can you buy the Wynn Dream Bed? Only Homestore at Encore Las Vegas. The resort has sold more than 5,000 beds at $3,100 since opening. Look for everything from furnishings and art to sculptures and bath items. The store carries items from Arca, Adrienne Landau, Cara, Theodor and Gail DeLoach. Look for extravagance only at this sweet spot.
Here find hand-selected, artful and sustainable details for homes and boutique hospitality projects, including specialty door and cabinet hardware, lighting, custom wine cellars, candelabras, gifts and other decorative accessories – a general store for modern city dwellers.
Wynn Design and Development’s executive vice president Roger Thomas curates the goods at Wynn LVNV. Objets d'art and luxury home goods from around the world decorate the space. Everything here is displayed in a classic interior created by Naomi Leff that resembles a home more than a retail space, with each room presenting items shown in vignette collections as they would appear in a beautiful home.