Five Furniture Trends Dominating Hospitality

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    Five Furniture Trends Dominating Hospitality


    has a big impact on the look and feel of an interior. While its main

    purpose is functionality, an appealing aesthetic is also crucial. From cozy, intimate

    lounges to light, open-plan atriums, the furniture that hotel designers choose creates a

    lasting first impression.
        Guests who have traveled long distances require a relaxing environment from the moment

    they enter the lobby to the minute they rest their heads on their pillows. In between

    business meetings or sightseeing excursions, they often seek exciting leisure options and

    beautiful dining areas. The options for creativity are limitless, but décor must be chosen

    with the hotel’s concept in mind.

    Hotel Furniture
    trends are constantly evolving, in line with wider interior design

    tastes and preferences. More materials are available than ever before, inspiring furniture

    designers to produce imaginative new ideas or add modern twists to classic motifs. There

    are a plethora of furnishing options—from the big, eye-catching statement piece to the

    subtle finishing touch—all of which help define the theme and style of a venue. Below are

    five furniture trends that do not appear to be going anywhere any time soon.
        Whimsical Wood
        The timeless, organic look and feel of unpolished wood has become a go-to thanks to the

    enduring popularity of Scandinavian chic. This minimal and classic design trend began in

    the early 20th century as a move away from heavily ornamented

    Restaurant Furniture
    , instilling a breath of fresh air in modern spaces.
        In contemporary spaces, Sintered Stone mimics the look of wood in a durable wall

    paneling or table. It can also be combined with calming pastels for an injection of color,

    or with contrasting textures to offer a captivating juxtaposition of the natural and

        Mixed Materials
            Creating contrast is nothing new in design, but as more colors, patterns, and

    finishes become available, the scope of options has changed. Marble-like Sintered Stone

    combined with metal accents and plush furniture is an elegant take on material-mixing, as

    can be seen in the Hilton Milan. Those with more organic preferences are choosing instead

    to combine this beautifully veined motif with bare wood.
            Pump Up the Volume
            Hotel Lobby

    designers are becoming more adventurous as vibrant colors are increasingly

    being incorporated into hotels for a fresh, cool feel. Big splashes of primary tones and

    high-volume hues deliver punchy and distinctive interiors perfect for the ultra-modern

    hotel, from bold seating in the lobby or an upscale café, to small, bright touches in

    guestrooms to create an uplifting atmosphere.
            Beyond the purely aesthetic, bright blocks of color also serve a practical purpose,

    helping weary travelers or international visitors easily find key areas such as the dining

    room or front desk.
            A Touch of Drama 
            Intimate interiors full of dark hues and moody tones are witnessing a revival as

    designers rediscover the attraction of turn-of-the-century parlors and boudoirs. Varnished

    browns, lacquered blacks, vermillion reds, and deep purples are increasingly being used for

    Hotel Sofa surfaces and

    upholstery, and are ideal for hotel lounges and guestrooms. When emphasized with pools of

    warm lighting, casting sultry shadows across a room, these shades evoke a refined

    environment perfect for relaxation. 
          Can not Beat Concrete
            Mid-century sensibilities are firing the imagination of furniture designers.

    Polished concrete evokes a minimalist aesthetic and is growing in popularity for kitchen

    islands, countertops, and tables in restaurants.
            Rapturously smooth to the touch, stone manufacturers are starting to play on the

    matte, single-tone effect. Combined with wood, concrete-effect surfaces deliver a

    fashionable atelier-chic, whether for a global chain or contemporary boutique hotel.

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