The art of hotel design is constantly evolving, how it looks and how it feels is directly related to the general hotel experience of a guest. Your furniture of choice and the way you style and place them most of the time is what completes and toughens the said evolution. In order for you to choose the perfect hospitality furniture for you hotel , your have to make sure that you abide to these criteria, style, durability and placement.
When it comes to hospitality furnitures, style is an essential part not only just in zoning but also for you to introduce and to reinforce the kind of personality you want the hotel to convey to the guests. Each piece of furniture will say something about the overall attitude of the hotel, a wingback chair will convey a message to guests that a low sling chair cannot. The key here is understanding what message and personality you want to send out.
Most people choose to customize the design of their furnitures rather than getting from a retailer because a custom furniture is needed to make sure that they are up to scale to the measurements of the room.
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A hotel’s life cycle is between five years up to a decade, so that would mean that the furniture that you should use in your hotel should not only statistically last but they should also stand up to the extreme wear and tear amount that they have to put up to during that length of period.
For you to make sure that furnitures that you choose will be able to survive the test of time, you need to know and to understand how each piece of furniture that you need and want to buy are made, how the spaces between the furnitures will be placed and how they should be used. That information will be able to help you choose the furniture that has the right fabric, the perfect color, the correct texture and a good grade. But you also have to bear in mind that there should always be a balance between durability and aesthetics in a hospitality furniture. You need to know how to incorporate durability in a way that it does not affect the overall feel and look of the furnitures.
You have to make sure that hotel furnitures are placed in such a way that they can ensure the comfort, the delight and the flexibility of not only the guests but the hotel staff as well. The public areas of a hotel are now used as a waiting area, a living room, business centre and cocktail lounges, and creating these zones in your hotel can be achieved through the right furniture placement. The hotel lobby should be arranged in such a way that people are in ease while they get in and out of the hotel, that is the first part of the hotel that people get to see and they should already feel as comfortable as they can be.