Groovystuff to unveil new wall décor product at Las Vegas Market

GroovystuffDALLAS - Groovystuff, a producer of reclaimed and sustainable home furnishings, announced it will debut its new Groovy Metal Art Peace Sign wall décor at the upcoming Las Vegas Market, to be held Jan. 28-Feb. 1.

Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, the peace signs are crafted from reclaimed steel barrels and retail for about $100.

"The Groovystuff Metal Art Peace Signs add a dash of color to the neutral palette of reclaimed materials found on the market today," according to a Groovystuff press release. "From brilliant blues to various shades of red, orange, yellow and green, each piece meets the latest consumer demand for sustainable products with a more vibrant flair."

Groovystuff's Las Vegas showroom is B-146.

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