Cafés, Hotels, and Restaurants – How to furnish and decorate them
The importance of interior design for cafés, hotels, and restaurants is indisputable: it’s just as essential as the quality of hospitality and the services offered. In this social media age, a smartly decorated hospitality venue can act as an effective, targeted advertisement, passed on by customers themselves. From adaptable furniture, to dishware, and even flooring, seating and innovative accessories…this selection for hospitality business is focused on customer comfort, for high-quality reception spaces that make you want to linger.
String/I SG stool
Perched atop the String/ I SG de LIVONI SEDIE stool, customers can comfortably sidle up to the bar, thanks to the leather upholstery on the seat and back. Its stand-out, geometric lines make it a sculptural piece for a bar/restaurant setting.
Abel Ottoman / Coffee table
A small side table, or an ottoman with its cushion? A typical dilemma. One thing is for sure: this convertible piece from the HARTÔ design house allows you to transform small spaces in a flash. It’s perfect next to a sofa in a coffee shop and changes into a comfortable stool as soon as another guest joins the party.
Enamel jugs (3 sizes)
An iconic name in kitchen utensils, FALCON ENAMELWARE have redesigned their vintage-style cups and pitchers in a more contemporary, colorful version. These enameled objects are ideal for café and restaurant tables or on bar counters as vases. This is dishware with bold style.
Edward Wohl wooden cutting board
Handmade in the state of Wisconsin by Edward Wohl, these oiled maplewood cutting boards are a stand-out example of useful design. Cold cuts, cheeses, tapas, and other small bites are enhanced. This version of the traditional cheese plate deserves serious consideration.
The Reader armchair
To create a tranquil corner in a hotel room or pleasant waiting space in a hotel lobby, the “The Reader” lounge chair is a must. Like its bold curves and rounded shell, this easy chair invites guests to relax and enjoy.
Eiffel series light
Captivating and unique, this straight lighting fixture designed by Dutch label FRAMA emits a soft light that’s truly welcome for intimate corners in hotels and restaurants. It’s designed to be suspended horizontally over a bar or check-in counter, or vertically set on a wall as accent lighting.
Pepper & salt by Muller Van Severen
The devil’s in the details, and this applies to purely functional objects, too. Here’s proof of this, with the salt and pepper shakers created by Muller Van Severen. These are perfectly balanced miniature sculptures that are beautiful on the table and are sure to draw attention.
ISM toothbrush with case
Innovation is also making its way into hotel bathrooms. One key example of this? The MISOKA toothbrush that doesn’t need toothpaste. Due to its bristles that feature a mineral coating, this new style of toothbrush only needs water to eliminate dental plaque. It’s eco-friendly, innovative, and practical. What more could you ask for?
Large-format ceramic HIGHKER
A feeling of overall space and harmony also comes from flooring. And PORCELANOSA has understood this, creating truly large-scale floor tiles. This top-quality flooring adds visual unity and a heightened sense of space, which is particularly valuable in smaller hotel rooms.
Newspaper Holder 65cm , Original Viennese Design
THOMAS POGANITSCH DESIGN
A symbol of hospitality for ages, newspaper racks are back in style, thanks to designer Thomas Poganitsch; they’re available in rattan and a number of different sizes. It’s a small detail that makes a big difference. The ultimate goal? To leave a lasting impression.
As the ultimate decorative accessory, baskets can be used so many ways, for storage or as planters. Seagrass baskets from LO TABLEWARE come in two different sizes. It's all you need to create a natural, artisanal setting with a rustic touch.
The 210 sofa allows you to expand your seating capacity without skimping on style or easy traffic flow. It's perfect in a café or restaurant, and can just easily fit into a hotel lobby.