Hospitality Design 5_24_2018

White Papers for Hospitality Interior Design

  • PARADISE FOUND: SPECTACULAR BEAUTY AT FLORIDA’S THIRTY-ONE ON 30ABy

    One of the year’s most exciting reveals was Thirty-One on 30A, a remarkable beachside residence in pretty-as-a-postcard Seagrove, Florida. Rena Anderson, an interior designer at Barbara J Gordon Designs, takes us behind the design of this desirable coastal destination.
  • 10 Questions To Help You Choose The Best Table Base For Your Table TopsBy

    Regardless of what type of table top you plan to feature in your restaurant or hospitality venue, you need to ensure that you choose a table base supplier that will support a wide range of top sizes and materials. While your choice of table top is certainly important from an aesthetic...
  • University Library Seating Project ProfileBy

    Business has never been better here at BK Barrit because we offer a real value in our orchestrating the design and prototype process, value engineering, helping to determine budgets and insure quality, while providing you seating that meet your needs. BK Barrit manufactures wood and metal...
  • LED Lights the Way for DesignBy

    Is the light too bright? Do you feel its heat? Are the light fixtures so large they defeat the overall design of the space? Not likely if LED lights are installed in place of traditional light sources. LED, the latest technology in energy efficient lighting stands for Light Emitting Diode – a...
  • The Importance of Sanitizing Your Whirlpool Soaking Tub and Custom SpaBy

    Whirlpools, aka "jacuzzi tubs", were all the rage in the 90s, and having the name brand tub was thought of a somewhat luxury item. As time went on, the popularity grew and word starting getting out that tub owners were experiencing a foul smelling brown substance coming from their jets in their...
  • Hiding Electrical Wires with Faux Wood BeamsBy

    Today, our homes are filled with electrical wires for everything from entertainment systems to lighting fixtures. Unfortunately, these cords and cables can be extremely unsightly. And although some electronics stores may sell special tubing, or other products that are designed to conceal the...
  • Fountains Make a Big Splash in Your GardenBy

    Some simple guidelines from the experts that will help you choose the perfect fountain for your garden space.
  • YOU GOT CHOCOLATE IN MY PEANUT BUTTER: The Viability of Blurring Retail CategoriesBy

    Retailers today are enjoying an identity crisis and shoppers couldn’t be happier about it. Grocers are successfully selling t-shirts and takeout; c-stores are bringing regional organic produce and local wines to convenience; pharmacies are causing a buzz with in-house sushi bars and mani/pedi...
  • Choosing the Right Size ChandelierBy

    Most people in the market for chandeliers have a specific location in mind for their special lighting. Dining rooms, music rooms, and two-story entryways are all standard locations for chandeliers. But a chandelier can bring opulence to most any room as long as it is sized right for its location.