Hospitality Interior design in all its forms and shapes
Hospitality Design in all its forms-review
One thing you must have learned so far is that here at Temza we love a good network event, design expo, a motivational breakfast talk or a cheeky product presentation over some fizz. As designers and creatives we love to communicate our ideas and seek others opinion, we also get great pleasure of being among the first ones being introduced to the sea of new products, technologies and innovations. This time we visited Sleep+Eat London. A conceptual playground for the hoteliers, restaurateurs and designers behind Europe’s leading hospitality projects.
Full of colours, shine, sparkle and the industry’s collective creative spirit Sleep + Eat 2018 is finally here and we can’t wait to give you a special insight on some of the leading brands, showcasing rich designs and thoughtful concepts. After only a few hours we picked up some of the latest trends and were introduced to many new products.
- Brass, bronze, warm and extravagant metal finishes are everywhere from light fittings, through accessories to bathrooms. The light fitting by FabbianLighting come in a large selection of interesting finishes. If these are not enough for you, you can order your own custom made finish. How is that for a special feature in your dreamy space?
Bronze and hard graphite are a star in bathrooms too, creating sleek and cohesive look throughout.
- Rich colours, deep plum and burned orange, are not leaving the show anytime soon. Inspired by the wild 60s and 70s colour is back and continues to be dominant in every aspect of hospitality design.
- Funny patterns and playful geometry is accompanied by some innovative takes on mica and pandan. Yes you read it right. Both pandanand mica are natural materials that will dress up your walls very soon, and what a beautiful feel they bring!
- Fun geometric patterns are coming strong in veneers too. Quirky shapes and traditional classicswith their own funky twist. Grey tones are still strong, however warmer browns are climbing the design ladder, creating a more natural feel.