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Hotel Design Trends for 2022: Give Your Guests a Second Home

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Hotel design trends these days are all about making guests feel more at home. This means including furniture and accessories that will make them feel comfortable and welcomed. 

Some of the top hotel trends include using warmer colors, adding rugs and plants, and integrating technology into the room. If you’re looking to renovate your hotel rooms in time for 2022, read on for tips on what furniture to choose!

  1. Welcoming reception and lobby
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Your lobby is the first and last impression guests will have of your hotel. Make sure it reflects the same welcoming atmosphere you want in your rooms! Include plenty of seating options, as well as a few coffee tables or side tables

Add some greenery with potted plants, and use warm lighting to create a cozy ambiance. Finally, don’t forget to include a few charging stations for guests’ phones and laptops.

  1. Outdoor recreational area
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If your hotel has an outdoor space, make sure to take advantage of it! Many guests appreciate being able to enjoy the fresh air, and you can easily turn your outdoor area into a welcoming oasis. Add some comfortable furniture, like lounge chairs and sofas.

Include a few umbrellas for shade, and string up fairy lights for a touch of magic. If you have a pool, make sure there are plenty of towels available, and consider providing pool toys for guests to use.

  1. Make rooms a second home for your guests
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Your guests should feel like they’re coming home when they enter their hotel room. To achieve this, start by using warm and inviting colors. Add some personal touches with artwork from local artists. Include a comfortable chair or two for reading, as well as a coffee table or ottoman.

Rugs can also help to make a room feel homier, and don’t forget to add a few plants for a touch of nature. Finally, be sure to provide plenty of storage space for guests to unpack their belongings.

Many people rent a hotel room for business purposes, so it is important to have a well-designed room that meets all their needs. The room should be equipped with a comfortable workstation and chair. The internet connection should be fast and reliable.

  1. Integrate technology into the room
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In today’s world, it’s important to integrate technology into every aspect of life – including hotels! Many guests appreciate being able to control the temperature and lighting in their room with a simple click of a button. You can also provide charging stations for devices, as well as a TV with streaming capabilities.

If you want to really wow your guests, consider adding a virtual reality system or an in-room tablet. These additions will help your hotel stand out from the competition and keep guests coming back for more.

One of the simplest additions we suggest is our Medici Sofa. It comes with an in-built USB port so that your charging station is always under arm’s reach.

  1. Monochromatic color schemes
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While bright and bold colors can be fun, they can also be overwhelming. If you want to create a more calming atmosphere in your hotel rooms, consider using a monochromatic color scheme. This means sticking to one main color, with different shades of that color throughout the room.

Monochromatic schemes are not only soothing, but they also have a timeless quality that will never go out of style. Plus, they’re easy to achieve with our wide selection of hotel furniture!

  1. Pay attention to the upholstery
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The upholstery of your hotel furniture says a lot about your style. If you want to create a luxurious feel, opt for velvet or leather. For a more casual atmosphere, consider using denim or linen. And if you want to make a statement, go for bold patterns and prints!

  1. Try and incorporate seasonal touches
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Seasonal touches are a great way to add interest to your hotel rooms. In the spring, you can use floral patterns and pastel colors. For summer, try stripes or nautical themes. Fall is all about cozy textures and rich jewel tones. And winter can be festive with holiday-themed decorations!

Simple décor items can add a lot of personality to your hotel rooms and lobby. Try and switch these out every few months to keep things fresh.

  1. Don’t forget the details
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When it comes to hotel design ideas, it’s all in the details. From the doorknobs to the light fixtures, every element should reflect your style. When choosing hardware, opt for metals that match your color scheme. And be sure to add plenty of finishing touches, like throw pillows and blankets.

These tips also apply if you’ve started your own small Airbnb business. Whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been in the business for years, it’s always important to stay up-to-date on the latest hotel design trends.

By following these simple tips, you can make sure your hotel is always ahead of the curve! Plus, for an Airbnb, you can rent furniture to try out what suits your space the best without making a huge investment. You can find good quality, stylish furniture for rent at Inhabitr. From designer-curated furniture sets for all the rooms to the simplest of décor items, we have it all!

We recently provided furniture and lighting to a hotel in the heart of Times Square, for 208 rooms plus the lobby. Installation of the rooms began just days after the agreement – and was completed in 7 weeks.

Inhabitr drove the design, procurement, and installation of over 1,500 furniture pieces, managing a complex supply chain that spanned 10 states and 2 countries.

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