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Healthcare Interior Design Elements: Physical Therapy Offices

March 25, 2015 | By | No Comments

Health Care Design - Caron Texas - Drub Rehabilitation Facility Princeton, TexasWhen designing an interior for healthcare spaces, there are a handful of elements to consider, the first being what the facility is used for. For this post we’ll focus on physical therapy healthcare spaces. Physical therapy spaces are unique in that they are all about rejuvenation and a restoration of balance.

After someone has a significant surgery, illness, or accident they undergo a stage of healing in the hospital. Once they have recovered to a certain point, they can begin physical therapy which restores them to their former self, prior to their hospital stay. Read More

City Hotel Spotlight: San Francisco, CA

March 19, 2015 | By | No Comments

hotel interior designIn this month’s city hotel spotlight, we’re heading to San Francisco, California. Home to Alcatraz, sourdough bread, Ghirardelli chocolate, and the old-fashioned cable car, SF is truly a wonderful city to visit. This small city is bursting at the seams with unique food, great bakeries, and enough tourist attractions to fill a week.

So now that you are definitely going to San Francisco it is time to figure out where you want to stay in the city. Read More

Focus On A Trend: Hotel Lobbies As Multi-Use Spaces

February 25, 2015 | By | No Comments

dallas hotel lobby interior designOne of the newest trends for hotel design, is creating lobbies that can be used in multiple ways. Gone are the days where the lobby is simply an area while you wait to check-in to your room. In an effort to make hotels every more inviting and more social, lobbies are being turned into multi-purpose areas. Read More

City Hotel Spotlight: Dallas, TX

February 13, 2015 | By | No Comments

dallas hotel interior designIn this edition of our “City Hotel Spotlight”, we are checking out some of the best that Dallas, Texas has to offer. These three hotels are the epitome of great design and class. Read More

5 Interior Design Blogs You Need To Follow (Besides Ours)

January 22, 2015 | By | No Comments

dallas hospitality designThe world of interior design is so vast that you can easily get lost in a tangle of shabby chic, modern design, and DIY trends for hours. Simply searching “interior design” on Google will net you more search results than you can handle in a lifetime.

So with laser focus, we’ve narrowed some of our favorites down to five. This is obviously in supplement to your usual reading of our blog. So without further ado, let us introduce some other interior design blogs worth following. Read More

Happy 2015! Here Are Some Interior Design Trends We Think Will Be Huge This Year

January 15, 2015 | By | No Comments

aka design incThe new year is upon us and that means a new year for interior design! While we can only guess at what the new year of interior design will bring, we can be certain that it will be fabulous. Read More

What Types of Moods Does Wood Furniture Inspire in Hotels?

December 18, 2014 | By | No Comments

hotel wood interior designHotels around the world utilize different furniture for different reasons. Typically, the furniture chosen is geared towards their clientele. For example, and upscale hotel might make use of high-end granite tabletop and Italian leather sofas. However, a motel simply might use generic, entry-level tables and sofas.

Hotels also use different types of furniture to convey different types of moods. One material commonly used in hotel furniture is wood. Wood furniture can inspire a plethora of moods, however the following are fairly common. Read More

5 Things You May Not Have Noticed About The Design Of Hospitals

December 6, 2014 | By | No Comments

hospital interior designPeople do not want to spend their time in hospitals. Whether it is the patient or the patient’s family, their number one goal is to leave with renewed health. But that doesn’t mean that their stays at the hospital need to be dreary and bleak.

Hospitals have taken design to a whole new level that actually promotes patient rejuvenation. There are so many small aspects of hospital design that are purposefully done that a random passerby might take for granted. Read More

Hotel Interior Design: 3 Examples of Modern Accessories Common in Hotels Today

November 20, 2014 | By | No Comments

The Omni Hotel Richmond, Virginia 350 Guestrooms & Suites/Public Area

The Omni Hotel Richmond, Virginia350 Guestrooms & Suites/Public Area

Bellhops, room service, pools, gyms, and stocked mini fridges. Those were the modern accessories of last generation’s hotels. Today, hotels must meet even more demands to stay up-to-date with a traveler’s on-the-go needs. Hotels have vastly improved in recent years in terms of adopting these modern accessories. Read More

Clubhouse Interior Design: How Fabrics Convey Atmosphere

November 7, 2014 | By | No Comments

Hospitality Design - The Houston City Club - Houston, TexasWhen designing for a clubhouse interior, there are a lot of factors that can affect the overall atmosphere. One of those factors is the fabrics that are used throughout the clubhouse. Read More