LA Mart is located at the Reef :1933 S Broadway 409, Los Angeles, CA
It is Southern California’s most comprehensive collection of regional & national showrooms.
We will be at the show from 7/20-7/25 9am-5pm. Please visit us at #305 booth.
At LA Mart, thousands of product lines showcasing a wide array of lifestyle merchandise including gifts, furniture, tabletop, decorative accessories, stationery and paper products, seasonal and holiday items, gourmet, floral, fashion accessories, linens, bath and body items, jewelry, pet, books, personal accessories, apparel, baby and kids, floor coverings, lighting and home décor.
We have three showrooms across the United States and our headquarters in Los Angeles have teamed up with Google to upload a full 360 view of our showroom to share with the whole entire world!
You can view the full 360 tour right below by clicking on the arrows.
If you’re not new in the craft world, then you’re probably aware of the fact that actually the most popular DIY projects are those that are made from materials you have used in the past. There is really something special in those moments when you’re transforming some used glass vases into whole new things, which will be perfect decor for your home. Glass vases are so versatile that you can use them for many other things besides for just flowers. It’s time to express your creativity and make some of these great ideas that you can gift or keep for yourself.
Turn your vase into a terrarium. Fill the container about a third of the way with sand. Choose succulents from your local nursery or garden store. Succulents need very little water to survive, so they make great plants for those who don’t have a green thumb.
Coins just make your purse heavier to carry around. Create a home base for these loose coins and use the vase as a modern day piggy bank. If you have a lot of pennies, use the vaseful as a copper-colored decoration. It works great with an old-world look or muted color scheme. Check out this antique-feeling piece.
Marbles? Billiard balls? Seashells? Wine corks? Whatever your collect, put it in a vase. The vase acts as both a container and a pretty way to display, making your collection into a work of art.