Hotel owners and hospitality industry experts agree, the average lifespan of soft goods—upholstered furniture that includes sofas, chairs, and ottomans—is around seven years. Hard goods, referred to as casegoods by hospitality professionals, typically last considerably longer. Especially furniture manufactured to exacting and high-quality standards.
The lifespan of a guest room furnishings and lobby furniture, whether referring to its carpets, curtains, casegoods, or bathroom fixtures, generally depends on where the property is located as well as the types of clientele the establishment serves.
High-end luxury properties and boutique hotels typically update hotel furniture with high-quality pieces and finishes in their guest rooms and lobbies. Moreover, luxury properties may have fewer guests with longer stays. Whereas budget-friendly hotel brands see a higher turnover of guests, often with children and pets. All of which can create more wear and tear on guest rooms and furniture.
Are your hotel rooms looking a little tired?
Design trends in the hospitality industry enjoy a rich history; the age of the ‘grand hotel,’ lasted from around 1860 to 1960. These opulent estates-like properties commonly featured more than 500 rooms, and guests were primarily the rich and famous. In the 1950s, a Texan named Conrad Hilton decided to build hotels that gave rise to name-brand chains and as the saying goes—the rest is history.
Tran Duc Furnishings is a hotel furniture manufacturing company, quality furniture for hotels, lodges, and resorts for more than 17 years. It could be said, we’ve seen trends come and go in the hospitality industry. Today’s hotel interior design trends primarily center around convenience, comfort, and aesthetics. Not only do our designers stay up-to-date on hospitality trends, our builders incorporate best practices into our manufacturing processes.
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Choosing high quality, durable pieces that will withstand the test of time, will help to keep your hotel guest rooms looking updated and fresh for years to come. We takes every detail into consideration and manufacturers casegoods with components made from solid and engineered wood. We work with hotel owners, managers, interior designers, architects, and other stakeholders who are involved with your renovation project.
Update hotel furniture during your next renovation, which can be guest friendly with a little planning
When it comes time to renovate your hotel rooms, a little planning will go a long way in keeping your guests happy and undisturbed.
We understand that undertaking a renovation no matter how big or small is a difficult responsibility.
Source: Collected on the Internet by Tran Duc Furnishings.