From smart lighting to smart mirror, furniture and room service, with the rise of technology, hotels are incorporating smart features into their design to enhance guests' experiences and improve efficiency. Smart furniture, like any smart technology, seeks to make life easier at the living places. Typically operated via your phone or voice commands, smart hotel interiors offer a more personalized and efficient guest experience.
Made from environmentally friendly materials, sustainable furniture is promoted more to be used as hotel interiors. These materials include recycled materials, organic fabrics, stone, bamboo, sustainable wood and cork. These materials are frequently used to create furniture that is both fashionable and ecologically friendly. More and more hotels are starting to use sustainable furniture in their hotel interiors. This trend is driven by the fact that guests expect green accommodations, especially when staying at a luxury hotel. Sustainable furniture also has many benefits for businesses operating hotels and other hospitality facilities. It can help reduce costs by reducing energy consumption, waste production, and maintenance costs.
2023 will see a continued popularity of natural-inspired tones and materials in hotel interiors and design. The tranquility and peace that come from nature-inspired tones can play a significant role in visitors' emotional connection to a place, especially at a time when wellbeing, nature, and sustainability are at the center of many agendas. Nature also influences our material choices in addition to our color schemes. By using materials that are naturally occuring, such as cotton, wool, pottery, and clay, one can create organic surroundings.
Comfort Over Aesthetics
We're returning to a time when comfort and feeling were more important than current trends. Customers are increasingly desiring spaces that are unique, sincere, and convey a story rather than placing a strong premium on aesthetics. Instead of looking for picturesque locations, people are deliberately seeking out spaces that feel authentic and cozy.
Manufactured using wooden strands, boards, and fibers with binding adhesives, Engineered wood is an eco-friendly material and can stretch the boundaries of interior design and living aesthetics. Highly resistant to moisture, engineered wood has superior durability to be used in making furniture, allowing it to last for years to come. Due to its beauty, durability, and real wood composition, engineered hardwood is preferred in the hospitality industry even more to prevent hotels from easily deteriorating.
Love of Nature: Biophilia
Another overarching trend in residential design is connection back to nature - natural materials, greenery, organic shapes, and more. Charming gardens are now being built inside hotel architecture. Interior scaping has grown in popularity over the last ten years, and the hotel industry has now enthusiastically embraced it. Hotels, now, have designated areas set aside just for the plants used for interior gardening. The space becomes more charming and attractive and promotes a welcoming atmosphere, which is the most obvious benefit of adding plants and other greenery to hotels.