Best Hotel room furniture ideas for happy customers
The hospitality industry is facing much tougher competition today, than ever before. The millennial hotel guests look beyond the basic amenities, comfort, and seek experience. With home-stays and innovative accommodation options contending against traditional solutions, hotel owners are vying for creative ways to make their guests comfortable and bring unique stay experiences every time. One of the biggest changes that we see in hotels today, is in the interior layout and furniture design. As times and taste of people changes, so do their expectation from the furniture. In hotels, particularly, people don’t look for functionality as much they want aesthetics.
Typically, commercial furniture and their styles last up till five years, or a couple of years more, depending on the wear and tear, the geographical location of the hotel (beach-side hotels have a shorter lifespan of wooden furniture), and your stock evaluation cycle.
If you are a hotel room furniture manufacturer in India, a furniture designer or even a hotel owner, here are some of the best furniture trends of 2019 that would not only make your guests happy but also put you on the modern design map.
Edgy furniture with sharp lines and angled designs were high in demand and in fashion in the early 2000s. But not anymore. Today, people prefer curvy furniture, especially in seating and lounging options. But they have to be sleek. Rounded chairs, trendy sofas, and chaises with soft edges, and round dining tables appear to be more welcoming and relaxing and give a sense of warmth.
The modern customer is conscious about themselves and the environment, they are well-informed and highly aware. To support such people, and also become a major contributor to environmental sustainability, you can look at eco-friendly materials for furniture ideas. Untreated and recycled wood, bamboo, rattan, cane, linens, recycled fabrics, and even hemp, make for environment-friendly and sustainable furniture. These are great for holiday retreats or casual hotels, where you want to add a rustic touch and render a homely vibe and a cosy atmosphere.
Contrasting style elements
The current trend in furniture design is all about mixing styles and colors to radiate exclusivity. While monochrome is not dead, design innovation in present times call for contrasting colors and combining textures and patterns on vintage-style fabrics and classic silhouettes to yield a unique sense of style and character to space.
A step beyond the comfort
The comfort of customers is and will always be the primary objective of furnishings in a hotel environment. But the idea today is to make furniture and fixtures ‘people-oriented’. This will help elevate the experience of guests and take it to the next level by integrating both functionality and aesthetic value and offer them a unique and unforgettable stay.
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