Assuming this is intended to be a fully printed wrap and not just print cut, correct? Besides some of the advice mentioned above make sure the clients color expectations are not for this. Beside it being a hideous color combination hitting colors that bright as a combo will be likely near possible unless you have a printer that runs fluorescent inks or you are using cut vinyl.
Create a color proof on the actual material it will be wrapped in to make sure you and the client are on the same page, to start.
I'd agree with moving some things around to create more whitespace. Contrast is also a key element that needs to be considered here.
The simplified version Kerning posted is a much cleaner, more legible design but you'll still have the color thing to sort out however you decide to do that!
Anyhow, good luck, take the advice presented and create another layout for them.
Furniture sales is a dirty business akin to buy here pay here car sales. I like the cleaner layout from kerning but I think that tacky is part of their strategy. They cant appear like a Havertys or their target market wont look at them. Judging by the layouts Id say they are a step up from a rent a center? If they're not, then this should be revisited.I do know that most of these furniture companies believe 110% in the fluorescent colors. We've done literally 1,000s and 1,000s of these things and they either want the crazy green, chartreuse or red/pink with lotsa black. Good luck talking them outta those colors. They also, never listen to layout or design rules.... as they always feel bigger is better. Hit the customer, right between the eyes.
One thing no one is mentioning is that most of the colors in the file are outside the CMYK gamut and will look much more washed out than they appear on your screen. You should get in the habit of designing print jobs in CMYK mode rather than RGB. The discussion you are going to have with the customer when it doesn't print nearly as bright as this image is not a fun one to have after you have already printed it. Take a look at Myront's post above with his alterations. The reason his colors look relatively washed out is because he worked in the CMYK color space which converted the RGB colors in the original file to a color within the CMYK color space.