Five Hotel Furniture Trends You Won’t Want to Miss

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Try making color contrast a focal point of your hotel furniture placement and design.

Over the last year, the hospitality industry has changed rapidly. Hotels are not as occupied as they once were due to the circumstances of the pandemic. But, the industry is looking at a bright future right now. It was recently announced that over 50% of American adults had received their first COVID-19 vaccination dose. The hospitality industry is expecting a huge boom in tourism and vacations within the next year or so, hopefully revitalizing the hotel industry. And with new business, there is a need for new hotel furniture. Here are a few hotel furniture trends that can help modernize the look of your hotel or resort just in time for the anticipated revival of tourism. 

Wood Hotel Furniture is All the Rage

People love the natural look of wood. It’s a classic, timeless look that compliments virtually any color scheme or interior design. In addition, wood is sturdy and durable and, when treated properly, is also easy to clean. In addition to just the hotel furniture, wood can be used as wall paneling accents or as a beverage bar or help desk design to enhance the surrounding decor. 

Mix Up the Materials

As just mentioned, hotel furniture design can benefit when a variety of different materials are used. Contrast is key to any striking design, and a mix and match of materials can help with that quite easily. Try using dark wood hotel furniture accompanied by white marble countertops or tables for a very eye catching and beautiful effect. 

Hotel Furniture with a Color Pop

Hotel furniture no longer needs to be boring and dull. Try some furniture with bright neon colors or kitschy designs. This design works best when paired with solid colored walls or surrounding furniture for a bit of eye-catching, eclectic design. This is especially important for hotels that have a retro or modern design style or look. 

Make it Dramatic

Not so interested in bright-colored furniture? Try its equally stunning sister; dark, moody colors. Deep colors like browns, burgundy reds, lacquered blacks, and dark purples are a trend that calls back to the very origins of hotels and resorts as modeling after a Victorian home. They provide your hotel furniture with an air of extra classiness, perfect for any sort of hotel theme or design. 

Concrete is Key

Whoever would have thought that concrete pairs well with hotel furniture? Concrete is a minimalistic solution to any patio, bar space, or pool ground. Try pairing matte, single-colored hotel furniture to accompany the concrete for a polished and boutique-like appearance.

Choose Edwards & Hill for Your Hospitality Furniture and Design Needs

Are you ready for hotel rooms and lobbies that welcome and excite your guests? Edwards & Hill can help you design and install the perfect hospitality design for your facility. Edwards & Hill is a leading office, education, medical, and hospitality furniture provider with high-quality design and installation services for any style or scale. If you are ready to get your classroom design started, contact us online or give us a call at 301-317-4250. For more furniture design tips, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Flickr, and YouTube.


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