Hotel Furniture Blog - Artone, LLC

Why Choose A Hospitality Furniture Collection For Your Next Hotel Renovation

When it is time to order (or reorder) your hotel guestroom casegoods the decision will ultimately arise as to whether you will purchase your casegoods from a standard collection (“buying from a book”) or coming up with your own, unique design.

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Durable Hotel Interior Design Ideas for High-Traffic Areas

(Editor’s note: This article on hotel interior design ideas is a collaboration between Dahlstrom Metal Mouldings and Artone LLC.)

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What is Hospitality Furniture?

Seems so simple. Yet answering the question, “what is hospitality furniture?” requires a great amount of detail.

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What is FF&E Installation?

Editor's Note: This blog was originally published on February 6, 2018 and was updated on March 18th, 2019 to reflect updated information.

Your hotel project is approaching the finish line. All your hard work is becoming a reality.

As you’re watching the final work get done on the flooring and wall covering within your rooms, you are probably also thinking about the design punch list, specifically the critical FF&E installation component. What is actually included in my FF&E installation package? Are my installers really qualified for guest room installation?

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What is ORI Robotic Furniture?

Is ORI Robotic Furniture The Future of Hospitality Casegoods?

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7 Boutique Hotel Design Trends Dominating the Industry

In 2018, there was conversation surrounding how boutique hotels -- and the hotel industry in general -- would fare with the new wave of alternative guest options, such as Airbnb. 

But, as a recent article from Hotel Online details, hotels not only stood their ground in the minds of consumers, the industry grew and flourished. This was true not only for major hotel chains, but for boutique hotels and hotel soft brands as well. One can attribute this growth to hotel brands closely monitoring hotel guests' preferred design trends, and renovating as needed.

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What AWI and fsc certiciations mean for your hotel furniture project

What does it mean to be certified? Sometimes, not much. “Certification” can be an empty promise of quality. On the other hand, a certification can mean the difference between a job well done, and a waste of money.

That’s how hotel furniture manufacturers who are certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) and the Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) see it.

So what does such certification entail? What follows is an overview that shows how important these genuine pledges to deliver quality are to hotel furniture manufacturers and their customers.

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BDNY Fair 2018: All About FORMA

The annual Boutique Design Trade Fair in New York City is one of our favorite shows to attend every year. This year’s BDNY fair had double the traffic of previous years, making it the can’t miss event of the boutique hotel industry.

BDNY has always been a favorite of ours not only because we get the chance to see new products and designs from other industry members, but we love the chance to display new designs of our own.

This year our booth was titled FORMA,which means “Form” in Italian. We focused on appealing to today’s jet setting travelers through functional, modern design.

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Hospitality Outdoor Furniture: A Manufacturer's Guide

Amenities are no longer defined by a handful of menu items at a lobby breakfast, or small bottles clustered on a bathroom counter - space, feel, and experience are now infusing the term.

In fact, one of the most historically-neglected spaces in the hospitality industry is becoming a huge canvas for guest impressions: outside patios and open-air gathering places on property.

How can you set the right tone and capitalize on this hot trend on your own properties?

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What Happens to Old Hotel Furniture? + Other Hotel Furniture FAQs


The average hotel goer can be forgiven for not caring
where hotel furniture goes when it’s no longer wanted. But hoteliers, who have to decide what to do with the stuff, need to know their options.

There are other considerations, as well, that have nothing to do with disposal, such as:

  • What’s the best way to buy hotel furniture in the first place?

  • What should hotel furniture be made of to make it the best investment?

  • How can furniture be customized to serve its purpose better?

  • Do I need a shop drawing for my hotel furniture design?

  • What colors are best for hotel furniture?

But before we delve into and answer all of those questions, first things first…..

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