30 Aug 4 Budget-Friendly Ways to Rejuvenate your Hotel Design
You don’t always have to do a complete transformative renovation to update your hotel design! Renovations may not be in your budget, but you can still spruce up your space. Check out these other ways to rejuvenate your hotel design without construction!
1. Fixtures and Lighting
Lighting can change the whole mood of a room! A quick change of a light fixture or lighting color tones will change the style of your hotel. For example, traditional round yellow lighting is now outdated; look into modern lighting such as chandeliers or sconces. Modern lighting pieces are often decorative yet functional. The interior design world often perceives the word “modern” as white, dull, and minimalist. However, modern lighting in 2022 means earth tones and geometric shapes that stand out and do not just blend in!
2. Rejuvenate Your Hotel Design with Trendy Decor
Make sure the decorations are up to date! Green accents and neutral tones are currently in style. Trendy hotels are now trying to bring down the wall that divides “indoors” and “outdoors” by bringing natural features into room decor. Consider adding more foliage, brown tones, and natural lighting. Luxury hotels incorporate industrial buildings with natural decor because it appeals to the current audience.
3. Rearrange Furniture
You can rejuvenate your hotel design by making a simple change with your current items by moving them around. Changing a room’s layout can make it feel completely new and revamped without adding anything new. Move big furniture pieces such as the bed and desk to improve the room’s flow. In addition, moving around smaller decorations and chairs can make a huge difference. One idea could be to rearrange chairs away from the walls to create a new seating area. This is a budget-friendly way to improve any room design!
4. A New Coat of Paint
Don’t underestimate what a new coat of paint can do! A new color on the walls can change a dark room into a bright and cozy space. Many old hotels have beige or white walls that can make a room feel dull. Now, hotel guests are looking for unique yet relaxing accommodation experiences. A great way to do that is through wall color. Try using pastels or neutral colors that create a quiet and comfortable room yet lightens up the dull walls.
Looking for a more comprehensive hotel redesign? Case & Associates is here to help. We have over 350 combined years of experience in hospitality renovation, and no project is too big or too complicated for our capable team! Check out our case study on our work at Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, or contact us directly here. We are standing by to discuss how to make your dream renovation a reality!