Fusing luxury with functionality
Hotels, spas, and other service ventures have some of the most beautiful and lavish interiors. A seasoned hospitality designer knows how to strike the balance between high-end luxury and top-notch functionality to create spaces that both business owners and customers will love. This is incredibly important for businesses looking to make a great first and lasting impression such as in hotel interior design where this balance plays a major role in customer experience.
Whether it’s an intimate lounge or a sophisticated Michelin Star restaurant, every hospitality enterprise needs a design to accommodate a specific amount of patrons if it wants to maximize earnings. However, service-driven businesses must also include certain features and amenities if they’re going to excite and inspire customers.
This is where a hospitality design firm comes in!
They are trained to conceptualize beautiful spaces that lend themselves to optimal customer service. In restaurant interior design for example, a hospitality design consultant must: blueprint an industrial kitchen, prevent a restaurant from overcrowding, and select durable materials, all within a specific motif or style.
A hospitality designer is also responsible for helping business owners with:
Floor and Ceiling Design
All Other Architectural Details.
They then must develop an aesthetic that meets the needs of the business through fabrics, artwork, color schemes, furniture, wall and window treatments, high-end finishes, and accessories, and must also make sure each space is safe and up to code.