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Hotel Design Tips

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018
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Furniture plays a large role in how guests view a hotel.

Hotels serve the important purpose of providing travelers with a home away from their own abode. While hotels aren’t expected to replace a person’s home experience, they can still take some steps to make sure guests feel as comfortable as possible when they are staying at these establishments. As people’s needs change, hotels need to adapt to meet new expectations and ways of life. In 2018, guests expect different things from hotels than they did in the early 2000s, which is something hotels have to consider. With that in mind, here are some hotel design tips you may find useful.


3 Must-Have Hotel Design Ideas For 2018

Friday, September 7th, 2018
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With these hotel design tips, your hotel will be at the top of everyone’s list.

In 2018, hotels rooms have to be more than just comfortable and accommodating. Hotel guest rooms have to be stylish, technologically advanced, and memorable. As a hotel owner, you are competing with many other local hotels. You have to find ways in which your hotel can stand out. What it comes down to is design. With these hotel design tips, your hotel will be at the top of everyone’s list. (more…)

How to Design the Hotel Room That Travelers Really Want

Friday, June 8th, 2018

When rethinking your hotel guest rooms, keep these pro tips in mind.

Designing the ideal hotel room is essential to the quality of your hotel. Every room of your hotel should be designed to accommodate each guest’s needs and desires, but the guest rooms themselves are the reason why most guests even walk through the door. When rethinking your hotel guest rooms, keep these simple tips in mind to ensure that each guest knows that they are getting what they deserve. (more…)

4 Innovative Upgrades for Your Hotel Conference Room

Friday, April 6th, 2018
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The best way to draw people into your hotel conference room is by keeping your interior design and furnishings fresh and on-trend.

A huge part of the hospitality industry is renting out conference rooms or seminar spaces to businesses who don’t have the space in their own offices for large gatherings. The right conference room or seminar space is difficult to come by though. Your hotel is competing with others to get businesses in the door and renting your facilities. The best way to draw people into your hotel conference room is by keeping your interior design and furnishings fresh and on-trend.


Hotel Restaurant Design Trends You Need to Know About

Friday, March 30th, 2018
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These emerging hotel restaurant design trends will keep guests entranced by your glamorous dining space.

Dining in a hotel restaurant should feel lavish and elegant. The best way to create that high-society yet modern atmosphere is by choosing the right kind of trendy and unique furniture. Furnishing your hotel dining area with top-of-line furniture will enhance the ambiance of your hotel and improve its “instagrammability.” These emerging hotel restaurant design trends will keep guests entranced by your glamorous dining space. (more…)

3 Design Tips For Creating The Perfect Hotel Atmosphere

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

Creating the perfect hotel interior design is easier than you think!

Design and furniture go hand in hand. In fact, creating an inviting atmosphere requires the use of quality furnishings. Modern hotel furnishings provide for a very sleek and contemporary feel in any hotel lobby. As a result, depending on the type of aura you are trying to create, choosing the perfect furniture to match the style of the hotel is extremely important. (more…)

The Best Way To Use Traditional Furniture In Your Hotel Lobby

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017
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Creating the perfect lobby using traditional furniture.

All hotels have their own unique personality. As such, when you are trying to find furniture inspiration you ideally want to highlight certain parts of the hotel to invite and welcome guests. In fact, hotel lobbies that are designed in a traditional sense are typically best suited to hotels situated in historic towns. Furthermore, a hotel guest would seem out of sorts if they were to walk into a historic building built in the 1900s to find it decorated with modern furniture. In this case, you would want your furniture to be more traditional to complement the existing structure that you are working with. (more…)

Setting the Tone with Hotel Furniture

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

Check in to this blog post to learn more about optimizing your hotel design through furniture.

When you walk into a hotel lobby, there are generally two categories of reaction. There’s the ‘oh…’ variety, and the ‘wow!’ variety. It’s our guess that you want your hotel design to push guests’ reactions toward the latter. Selecting the right hotel furniture during the design process can be the finishing touch that your hotel needs to really stand out and have guests coming back again and again. Here are some hotel design tips to keep in mind when selecting hotel furniture. (more…)

How is Hospitality Changing?

Friday, July 31st, 2015

Hotel-LobbyLike most industries, the hospitality industry is constantly changing to keep up with the latest trends. These changes can create new methods of conducting business while other changes can affect the furniture found throughout the hospitality industry. So what changes have begun to take place?


Designing your Hotel Lobby

Monday, February 23rd, 2015


When guests come to visit your hotel, the first area they see is your hotel lobby. While many visitors will spend most of their stay in their own room, a hotel lobby should still give a positive and welcoming first impression of your entire establishment. A growing trend with the hotel lobby is to have visitors spending more time in this communal area rather than walking through and heading straight for their rooms. Here are some tips for designing a successful hotel lobby:


  • Hotels must first determine what type of guests they want to attract. Certain guests will require different items and characteristics when using a hotel lobby. A family on vacation will require plenty of space for their children and luggage while individuals on a business will require less space and more technology.
  • A hotel lobby should be home to more than just the check in desk. More hotels are including communal computers and printers to allow guests to check flights and search for local attractions. Other hotel lobbies are beginning to use their in house bars to allow guests to interact and mingle from the hotel lobby.
  • Your hotel lobby should be the first place that guests can experience your style and personality. Use color schemes, art, and furniture to express the overall atmosphere of your hotel. Blank walls and basic furniture will only give guests a reason to walk through quickly, and will leave your hotel unremembered.
  • Highlight in house services and shops with your hotel lobby. Guests are more likely to return to your hotel if they know they have the option of in house services. Small shops that offer basic toiletries, food options, and other products are also beginning to gain popularity in hotel lobbies.



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