Our company’s deepest sympathies go out to all who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Undeniably, this is an unprecedented time for our country.LEARN MORE
Jamestown is no stranger to the furniture business. In fact, one of the westernmost cities in New York was once dubbed the “Furniture Capital of the World,” as furniture manufacturing was its predominant industry.LEARN MORE
We’ve officially begun a new year, a new decade, and as we typically consider these factors -- a “new beginning.” As many of us are planning for the future, we can’t help but take a minute to reflect on the past and how far we’ve come. Unarguably, furniture design has been a part of the human experience since the beginning of history.
And while one may say that we are a bit biased on the topic, we feel it’s important to build our future to start this new year by looking back at our history and the history of the furniture industry as a whole.LEARN MORE
We’ve been in casegoods business for nearly 50 years, so you could say “we’ve been around the block” a few times. And when it comes to misconceptions with the hotel casegoods market, believe us, WE'VE.HEARD.IT.ALL.
So, we’ve decided it’s time to set the record straight:LEARN MORE
Quality control is an important part of the hospitality furniture manufacturing process. From design, to implementation, to maintenance. Without quality control, there is no guarantee a product will meet quality requirements.
Tip #1: The easiest way to ensure quality control is to work with a domestic manufacturer.
Tip #2: Use this hospitality furniture quality control checklist to ensure a high-quality finished product.LEARN MORE
We understand our limits as an experienced hotel casegoods manufacturer. So, before offering any advice on a topic outside our skill set, we reached out to a professional and very talented photographer asking him to share his interior photography tips. We hope the advice below will help some of you improve your hotel room (or interior) photography and online marketing presence.LEARN MORE
According to Cushman & Wakefield, the average cost of building a hotel ranges from $115,000 to $1.5 million per room. That takes hotels at every level from midscale to luxury, including boutique hotel projects.
This is a huge variance, and the price that’s accurate for your hotel largely depends on a few things:
- What type of experience you want to give to your guests.
- Where the hotel is.
- Design considerations desired to complement your brand.
You cannot refute the facts. Americans have transformed into “Eco-friendly” mavens with everything they do - including travel. So much so that they take the environment into consideration when booking a hotel.LEARN MORE