The interior design choices you make for your hotel rooms, bar and restaurant can be just as important as the food and drinks you choose to offer your customers. Good interior design is all about providing your customers with an experience they will want to come back to time and time again. With the number of people who choose to regularly eat out or work away from home ever-increasing, having Wi-Fi, good food and great service is simply not enough to keep a hotel and hospitality venue thriving and more importantly, customers coming back. Today’s customers are on the lookout for an immersive and engaging hotel experience, a location that tells a story, portrays strong brand values that they can agree with and of course, a spot where they can create that all-important Instagram moment! Here are some key points on how to create custom hotel furniture that leaves that lasting impression!
Use your custom hotel furniture to Create a visual focal point Adding a visual focal point that demands your customer’s attention is a great way of giving your hotel the wow factor. If your space lacks visual interest then installing a custom made booth in the hotel restaurant or a custom bed head in the hotel rooms can often be more effective than adding smaller decorative details or just art on the wall.
Create a multi-use setting for the ‘Isolated togetherness’ A hotel, restaurant or bar is no longer used for a single purpose and these days customers expect a space that’s suitable for an array of activities. On top of that, Covid days will see hospitality design catering for the growing number of people who now eat, work and travel alone. In order to create a buzz around a large group of ‘lone’ customers, create a space that lends itself to the ‘Isolated togetherness’ phenomenon. Encourage customers to share their space whilst having enough room to work, exchange ideas or collaborate with peers.
Create your custom hotel furniture fitout with your brand in mind Many designers these days stray away from more traditional design choices and instead create spaces that tell a story. Using custom furniture to tell those stories will have your guests feeling relaxed and comfortable and lounging around all day. When it comes to furniture choices opt for seating and tables that make a real statement, like the Impact Lounge chair and Maddox Coffee Table and provide an Insta-worthy spot for even the most discerning customers.