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Cost of the Top Design Trends You Want for Your Boutique Hotel

When it comes to
trends in the boutique hotel business, investing in fleeting trends can spell trouble. Today’s new trend can be tomorrow’s old news. Spending a lot of money trying to keep up can mean sliding down the hole.

You want to choose trends that modern guests are seeking, but also will stand the test of time.


How to Clean Laminate and Veneer

As suppliers to the hotel industry, we know that cleanliness is a top priority. In fact, the mantra of every hotel should be centered around these wise words: When you’re finished cleaning – clean again! 

Everything in a hotel needs to be cleaned on a regular basis, and your furniture is no exception. Just as there are a variety of different types of furniture, there are also different requirements for cleaning each of them.

Hotel cleanliness is more important than ever, as guests will remain concerned about exposure to COVID-19 for the foreseeable future.


Why Buy American Made Hotel Furniture?

If you've begun to look for new furnishings for your hotel property, you know that there are a myriad of choices, both from U.S. manufacturers and from overseas-based furniture makers.

However, opting for furniture crafted "Made in America" is not just a patriotic slogan. Such a move can improve your appearance to potential guests, eliminate unnecessary headaches, and even impact your bottom line.


How Custom Hotel Furniture Helps Your Casino Stand Out

When it comes to casinos, the more unique and memorable, the better! When guests plan a vacation that includes spending time at a casino resort, they are not only looking forward to placing their bets and great entertainment options, they are looking for an extraordinary guestroom experience that defies boring and expected.

As casino owners, managers, and designers, it is your job to use an unexpected combination of custom hotel furniture, eye-catching features, and dramatic décor to create the unique experience they are looking for.


Tips to Make the Most Out of This Year's BDNY Show

If you are looking to see the latest and greatest designs, technology, and trends for hospitality interiors, the 9th Annual Boutique Design New York (BDNY) in November is certainly the place to be November 11th and 12th, 2018.

The leading conference and trade fair for hospitality design professionals, the BDNY show brings over 8,000 innovative hospitality developers, owners and designers together with 750+ manufacturers for an exciting two days of education and conversation about hospitality design.


Renovating Guest Rooms? Don't Forget to Modernize Your Hotel Lobby

We’ve all heard the old adage, “first impressions are lasting impressions,” so catching guests' eyes immediately in the lobby is as important as delighting them in the guest rooms.

Your lobby is also the place that guests congregate when they are waiting on a friend or sitting down for a cocktail as well as where they check in and check out.


Best Colors and Finishes for Hotel Furniture

Experts at the esteemed PPG The Voice of Color program create design colorways based on a belief that every hue evokes an emotional response in an individual. Since hotel guests walk through your door with myriad personalities and life experiences, it can be challenging to know and choose the best colors for your hotel and your hotel furniture.

However, many travelers share common emotions and responses that are easily tapped into when incorporating the right colors in your hotel rooms, lobby and communal spaces.


10 Boutique Hotel Trends We’re Looking Forward to Seeing at BDNY

The Boutique Design New York (BDNY) show is one of our favorite trade shows to attend and exhibit at each year.  


Boutique Hotel Trends That Are Worth Investing In

Boutique hotels strive to offer their guests those amenities and features that provide them with the experiences that they can't get anywhere else -- especially from larger franchises.


Should You Invest in a Boutique Hotel or Franchise?

Boutique or franchise? That is the question when it comes to investing in a hotel.