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Vigar Designs Debuts Furniture for the Creative at Las Vegas Market Show!

As a first-time exhibitor to the Las Vegas Market Show (January 24-28), Vigar Designs will be debuting their furniture line Furniture for the Creative, designed by Steve Vigar, at booth #P1-3413.

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The introduction to this innovative furniture line will include a beautiful all-wood custom collection with pieces such as a reclaimed wood table and desk, and a modern modular line featuring a bookcase and desk created with metal, wood and glass. Quality is at the forefront of all pieces produced, crafted to be enjoyed for years to come. All wood products are purchased from vendors using sustainable forestry practices providing the highest quality and sensitivity to the environment.

 

While Steve Vigar will be making a debut to the furniture industry this month, his design and craftsmanship is no stranger to the public eye. Known for his custom humidors, chess sets and jewelry boxes that tie together history, architecture and the beauty of handcrafted hardwood, his pieces have been featured in publications such as Black Card Magazine, Worth Magazine and many more around the globe.

 

Stop by booth #P1-3413 to experience for yourself the love for design and architectural flair captured in each piece of furniture. To make an appointment with Steve Vigar, please contact 925.699.3514.

 

About Steve Vigar

Steve Vigar creates each of his unique pieces as a living testament to his life-long love of architecture and fascination with classic building design. From the time he received his first drafting kit at age 9, and throughout his study of architecture and his career as a real estate developer, Vigar has honed the precise skills and further developed his appreciation of beauty, which find their full expression in these beautiful creations.

 

Every piece that Steve creates whether its furniture or his architectural piece, it is designed to be a conversation piece with a specific function. Few of his pieces reveal their true function from the outside. In addition to being very unique, they are crafted in small quantities, and usually only after one is ordered. They are designed to provide years of enjoyment, and the collectable value for these pieces will only increase over time.