Sustainable home furnishing company, Groovystuff, will showcase its newest home furnishing “Collage is the New Color” Collection at the Summer Las Vegas World Market. The Las Vegas World Market is host to more than 1,500 world-class manufacturers showing the latest industry trends at one state-of-the-art campus. Groovystuff exhibits on the Ground Floor of Building B, Showroom Number B-0146.
The “Collage is the New Color“ Collection of coffee tables, sofa tables and end tables are direct from the Chris Bruning Signature Series of Designer Products for Groovystuff. Continuing their use of sustainable and re-claimed materials, these tables highlight salvaged steel drums in an array of eye catching color patterns.
According to Time Magazine’s A Brief History of the Oil Barrel, the oil drum has historically been an industry standard since the mid-1800’s. In the early days, due to the number of Moonshiners on the market, Pennsylvania oilmen used whiskey barrels to collect oil after striking their first oil gushers. Despite currently being transported through tankers and pipelines, oil is still measured by the 42-gallon barrel on the world market today. To celebrate these early Pioneers, Designer Chris Bruning has dedicated an entire collection of over 50 furniture, lighting and home décor products titled the “Moonshine Collection” and is pleased to include the latest “Collage is the New Color” tables to the signature line.
The “Moonshine Collection” includes bar tables, side tables, lighting, wall art, mirrors and other home décor. The brilliant blues, greens, reds and oranges set the newest trend in sustainable home furniture, lighting, and home décor by adding a dash of color to the neutral palette of the reclaimed materials.