Choosing furniture for you home—whether you’re starting from scratch with your first home, adding pieces to what you already have, remodeling a room, or down-sizing—is an adventurous proposition. A quest.
So, here’s one sure-fire tip that’s guaranteed to set you on the right track to creating the comfort and look that makes you feel “at home” when you walk through your front door: Build your room, each room in your home, around pieces you genuinely love.
96%. That’s right. 96% of all the kids who have been enrolled in Communities in Schools (CIS) drop out prevention programs graduate high school. That’s—give or take—1,248,000 kids nationwide, and growing!
Is it any wonder with results like these that Walker Furniture chose to partner with CIS and help teens in the Clark County School District not only graduate from high school but develop the necessary skills that allow them to use their high school accomplishments as a launching pad to continue to achieve their future academic and professional goals.
Twenty-five years! That’s a long time for a company, even one as deeply rooted in the community as Walker Furniture, to consistently and generously open their heart and their pocketbook to anyone, let alone to #? families over the years.
Yet 2018 marks the twenty-fifth year “Home for the Holidays,” Walker Furniture’s flagship good will philanthropic effort, has supplied entire housefuls of new furniture to Las Vegans in need.
It’s been forty-five years since Oscar and Deanne Alterwitz piled their three kids into the family station wagon, and drove from Gary, Indiana to Las Vegas. Their dream was The American Dream, Alterwitz style: To take the expertise they learned in the furniture and mattress business started by Oscar’s father and be of service to the Las Vegas community.
Leather is revered all over the world. It's durable, always in style, and is an anchor for any room or outfit. But why then do prices and the look vary so much? It's in the vocabulary. As a consumer in the world, it's important for you to understand the slight nuances between things that look and feel like leather, but may not be the 100% genuine article.
Across the country, there will be about 15,000 fireworks displays to celebrate the 4th of July. Smaller towns spend start at about $8,000 and cities like Boston will spend about $2.5 million on their celebration.
But how about Las Vegas? We do everything big here right?