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…..LEARN MORE
“It’s foolish to try to compete with the mainstream chain-hotel market.” So said the naysayers as boutique hotels emerged on the hospitality scene around a decade ago with their trendy accommodations that were sure to become a passing fad.
Today? Hoteliers crave their own special voice among boutique hotel design trends. It’s a voice that screams, “Stay here! We’re different!” Even those mainstream hotel groups are broadening their reach into the boutique realm, as we saw in 2017 with so many opening “soft” brands.LEARN MORE
You’ve likely experienced failure before. Very few professionals in any industry reach the pinnacle of success without falling flat along the journey, despite their best efforts.
Hospitality design requires thinking beyond the design. Before you achieve that hotel project with the dream revenue stream, you must first master a detailed administrative agenda.LEARN MORE
Hotel guests today want to experience the best of many different worlds. Hotel guests of tomorrow will want the same experience - but even more streamlined and technologically tailored to them.LEARN MORE
Hotel guests are becoming more environmentally conscious, shifting the industry's focus to sustainable hotel furniture design.
Sustainable interior design aims to minimize negative impacts on the environment while maximizing positive impacts.LEARN MORE