A hotel lobby’s design is one of the initial experiences that invite people into the hotel. Here are examples of how multifunctional design can create that unique experience.
Different colors in designs can make all the difference. As Pablo Picasso said, “Colors, like features, follow the changes of emotions.”
There are studies that show that the colors you’re adding into your designs or even logos have a huge impact on the consumer. Hotels and hotel lobby designs are no different. The colors you choose for your custom rugs matter and so do the designs you put on them.
When thinking of the materials you need for a unique hotel lobby design, consider using a custom color blend for them. No matter what the color or feel you’re looking for, our team of experts can put together a design that matches your ideal outcome. We have a plethora of colors outlined here that you can start with or we can help you match a design idea that you’ve found online.
However, you shouldn’t just stop at colors, think about the accessories you’d like to add as well. We have had multiple projects that take us out of the normal scope- which we love. Just this year, we’ve done a cast eagle and antler coat hangers. These unique pieces helped those hotels have a warm and inviting feeling comparable to someone’s home.
Don’t forget about your pillows and throws. Those can also be custom created to match the theme of your hotel lobby design. We also have indoor and outdoor capabilities with fabrics too. Thinking about adding an outdoor sitting area? Let us help. We have durable fabrics that will withstand weather and harsh outdoor wear.
If you’re looking for a different and unique feel for your hotel lobby design, look no further than PierPoint. We help you from the idea to getting the design in your hands to implement at your grand opening with a ‘wow.’ We look forward to helping you with your next project.
If you are interested in customized designs within the hospitality industry, then contact a rep today or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.