Posts Tagged ‘hotel interior design’

3 Small Hotel Design Ideas That Make A Big Difference

Friday, August 17th, 2018
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These hotel design ideas might seem small, but they make all the difference for your guests.

When designing a hotel, you must remember that nothing goes unnoticed. Sometimes the smallest amenities are the ones that your hotel guests remember the most. These hotel design ideas might seem small, but they make all the difference for your guests. (more…)

3 Hotel Design Trends To Look Out For This Summer

Friday, July 13th, 2018

With these design ideas, your hotel will be the welcoming and luxurious experience your guests are looking for!

With the warm weather and kids out of school, summer is the perfect time to travel. Hotels see a lot more guests coming through in the summer as people are traveling for pleasure and not just for business. The hospitality industry is a competitive one, and you want to make sure that you’re hotel stands out among the others. With these three design ideas, your hotel will be the welcoming luxury experience that your guests are looking for! (more…)

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…)

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…)

The Changing World of Hotel Interior Design

Friday, September 19th, 2014

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Hotels are continuously changing their interior designs to stay up to date for their guests. In today’s society, guests are expecting more from their hotel experience than just a bed to sleep in.  Because of these changes, hotel interior design trends are beginning to reflect those changes.

Hotel Interior Design Trends

  1. Lobbies- The lobby of a hotel will be presenting the first impression for your guests. Instead of simply housing the front desk, the hotel lobby is now becoming a communal space for hotels. While still housing the front desk, the lobby now provides a meeting area for groups while also providing more private areas to charge and work on electrical devices.
  2. Guest Rooms- The rooms that guests will be staying are seeing major face lifts. The interior of these rooms are beginning to include more colors and textures rather than the traditional patterns that are typically found. The guest rooms are also becoming for device-friendly while also allowing guests to feel more at home.
  3. Green- With the economy in its current state, hotels are constantly finding ways to save money while also being environmentally friendly. This means subtle changes to help save water and energy throughout the hotel. More hotels are washing bath towels once the guests leave instead of every night. Larger windows are being installed to allow more natural light to enter guest rooms.
  4. Bathrooms- Previously, bathrooms were deigned to be minimal spaces to allow more room for the guest in the bedroom area. Now, more attention is being placed on the bathroom design to create a more luxurious experience for guests. More room, larger bathtubs, and oversized towels are available to help guests feel relaxed and pampered.
  5. Restaurants- A hotel restaurant is now becoming a major draw for the hotel itself. Restaurants within hotels are now creating their own theme to draw attention to not only themselves, but the hotel as a whole.


Hotel Interior Design with Edwards and Hill


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How To Pick A Quality Hotel Furniture Supplier

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

When you are searching for ways to make your hotel more distinguishable and appealing to guests, you need to purchase furniture from highly qualified contract furniture manufacturers. You will need a contract furniture manufacturer with quality materials and craftsmanship. This article will provide you tips on how to find a furniture manufacture with quality materials and exceptional craftsmanship.

When searching for a furniture manufacture to help you with your hotel design, you need to review the furniture manufacture’s photo portfolio to see their original designs. Ask if you can have photos of finish samples to keep so that you can see what manufacturers stand out in the industry for material, style, and functionality.

Next, observe the level of customer service the furniture manufacturer offers to you. A furniture manufacturer who puts customer service first will generally assist you with design, create shop drawings, develop custom finishes, and handle production and shipping for you. The furniture manufacturer will also work within your budget and meet your standards.  You may consider visiting the factory to see how the furniture is made and the processes in place to serve the customer.  One of the most important factors is to be sure that the manufacturer has the ability to meet your time-line for installation of your new furniture.  You don’t want a fantastic design and amazing furniture that is not there for you to open on time.

It is important the furniture manufacturer takes the time to get to know your wants and needs to help your brand excel. Your hotel interior design should be innovative and unique in furnishings so your property remains competitive. Quality furniture and quality design always matters when you want to leave a good impression on hotel guests.

Deliver a unique and memorable experience for your guests today with Edwards & Hill Office Furniture.

At Edwards and Hill, we are here to provide you with hotel furniture choices that will fit every segment of the hospitality industry – hotel rooms, lobbies, restaurants, bars and cafeterias to achieve the look you want for your interior design. Click here to review the hospitality furniture lines Edwards & Hill Office Furniture has available.

Edwards & Hill Office Furniture is a leading office planner and supplier for commercial companies, government agencies and individual consumers nationwide. We sell and install office furniture. We design and plan office layouts. We even help you relocate and handle planning, marketing, public relations, and film and video production.

Since 1998, when Managing Partner Tony Hill and Partner Hans Edwards founded Edwards & Hill Communications, we have provided clients with creative solutions to complex problems and know how to tailor our products and services to your specific needs.

To give one shining example of what you can expect when you retain the services of Edwards & Hill, we developed the office floor plan and supplied all custom office furniture, computers, audio/visual equipment, customer cueing system and electric lateral filing systems for the new Visitor Control Center (VCC) at Ft. George G. Meade Army Base in Maryland. These needs were specific and complex, and we met them to the great satisfaction of our customer. We also installed 74 rooms every 24 hours and completed the installation of 2000 guest rooms and suites at the Gaylord National Hotel on time.  We brought it all together from start to finish and we can do the same for you.

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Source: Contract Furniture Manufacturers and Hotel Furniture Suppliers