If there is one space in which it is essential to follow trends, it is in hotels. Hotel design is ahead of the game and is a benchmark for decorating homes in any style.
Hotels are a unique space and a benchmark when it comes to interior décor.
In this article, we talk about the main trends in interior design in hotels. Take note, whether you are a professional interior designer or you are looking for ideas for your own home.
Hotel Silent Spa | Austria | Cast Iron Black
Porcelain tile ideas for hotels: floor and wall tiles
The floor and wall tiles of a hotel are a crucial part of the décor in each of the areas. Get inspired by these porcelain tile ideas for hotels.
A hotel lobby welcomes guests and gives them a preview of what they will find in the rest of the hotel. It is the most dazzling area of the entire hotel and this should be reflected in its floors and walls.
It is the ideal area to use the brightest finish on the floor and the most striking claddings, with reliefs. Although balance should always be kept in mind to avoid overloading the environment, this area is ideal to be a little more extravagant.
Without breaking the dynamic that we have created in the lobby, the corridors that lead to the rooms can be somewhat more sober. Wood-look wall claddings or polished-finish tiles can be an ideal option for this area.
Terraces and pools
On hotel terraces, it is essential that the flooring have a non-slip finish to avoid accidents among the guests. As for the appearance, it will largely depend on what we want to project in these areas.
In a classic-style hotel, marble-look flooring is ideal for outdoors, while wood can be the perfect look in a hotel with a more rustic or Mediterranean air.
The rooms are the jewel in the hotel's crown and the décor should reflect this. Wall tiles with floral motifs or those with a textured finish will give it a very special look. As for the flooring, the style of the hotel will determine the most appropriate type.
Mercure Hotel | Klaipeda City | Fluid Multicolor 90x90cm
Industrial-style decoration in hotel
The industrial style is being used more and more in hotels and, far from being cold, it can be very welcoming if it is well crafted. Industrial decoration is defined by the following characteristics:
Exposed walls and ceilings
If there is one element that is characteristic of industrial decoration, it is that the structures are visible. Metal beams, brick walls or even pipes and electrical wiring are bare.
Concrete, iron and steel are the materials that predominate in this style. However, this does not mean that they cannot be combined with other metals, such as bronze, copper or wood.
Very large windows
The iron or wrought iron windows are a distinctive element of this style that fills each of the hotel's rooms with light.
The furniture in the materials that we have mentioned, leather armchairs and Chester-type sofas are a must for industrial-style decoration in hotels.
Colors in combination with materials
Garni Hotel Katzenthalerhof | Lana | Cast Iron
Vintage-style hotel decoration
The vintage style is cozy and endearing and is a trend that has been on the rise for several years.
Floral textures and patterns
The textures in the claddings and the furniture, as well as the floral prints and the hydraulic flooring, are the basis of the vintage style.
Vintage colors and pastel tones
Restored antique furniture
Furniture in vintage decoration is comprised of unique, old and restored pieces or those with an aged look.
Cornices are not the first element that comes to mind when we think of the retro style, but without a doubt, it is a detail that will give something extra to your vintage hotel.
Hotel Icon | Barcelona | Encaustic Collection
Minimalist-style hotel decoration
Less is more, and lovers of minimalist decoration know this very well. In the hotel, the minimalist interiors are characterized by the following:
What are minimalist colors? Light, neutral tones, such as white, black or gray. But without forgetting the touches in bright colors that bring dynamism to the space.
The essential furniture
Minimalism in furniture is characterized by simplicity, straight lines and the reduction of ornaments to a minimum.
Hotel am Stephansplatz | Austria | Nanoconcept
Classic-style hotel decoration
The classic style is very appropriate for hotels and is characterized by the following elements:
Light warm tones
The colors of classic decoration are light, predominantly those with warm tones: beige, ochre and yellow... But all these colors are developed on a neutral background, such as white.
If there is a classic within the classic style (forgive the redundancy), it is marble. Marble-look porcelain flooring is one of the elements that will make the difference in a hotel of this style.
Printed and upholstered
In terms of prints, fabrics and upholstery, the classic style is defined by the fall, the heaviness and the brocades... Materials such as velvet or silk are perfect for this style. Therefore, textile-look claddings are ideal for classic hotel rooms.