How To Choose the Right Carpet for Your Hotel

How To Choose the Right Carpet for Your Hotel

In the hospitality industry, every single detail must contribute to the guest experience, and hotel carpet is no exception. From guest rooms to public spaces, any carpeted area should be carefully considered and adorned with just the right carpet for that space. First, you must choose a quality hospitality carpet, opting for a brand that knows and understands the industry. Then, you can put in the effort to ensure you have the best carpet for this specific space, both in terms of durability and interior design alike.

Prioritize Quality Carpet

First and foremost, it’s important to find carpet that is designed with hospitality in mind. Whether you’re starting from scratch or redesigning your space, you must find the best hospitality carpet possible, and that will be one that’s made for just this use. Some brands, like Talk Carpet, offer products that are specifically tailored to this use. Popular hotel chains appreciate companies like these and swear by their carpets. Whether you’re seeking an area rug for your ballroom, carpet for each hotel room, or a rug for the corridor, prioritizing brands like these helps ensure that you’re getting carpeting that’s tailor-made for hotels and other parts of the hospitality industry.

Coordinate your color scheme

There are plenty of qualities that have to be considered when finding the right carpet for your hotel, such as its durability and how easily it can be cleaned. However, it’s also crucial that you pay attention to the principles of interior design. If you’re working with a professional, they’ll have just the insights you need to make sure you have carpet that suits the spaces of your hotel perfectly. Otherwise, you can find plenty of resources that help you generate and implement color palettes that can complement your hotel and welcome guests with an aesthetic appeal. Then, ensure that your carpet correlates with your wall color, furnishings, and other details.

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Find ways to stand out (in a good way)

Imagine fictional hotels, and one of the first to come to mind will surely be the Overlook Hotel in “The Shining.” Amongst the other spooky qualities that set the scene for this Stanley Kubrick classic is the building’s iconic hexagon carpet. This just goes to show how significant an impact your hospitality carpet can have on your hotel. Naturally, you’ll most likely want your hotel to have a different ambience, carpet included. Consider creating your own custom carpet design with this aesthetic in mind. You can customize existing patterns with personalized colors or design your own from scratch—either way, you can create a sort of carpet that suits your specific hospitality space.

Consider each distinct space

As you choose commercial carpeting, it’s important to consider each space as its own setting, as well as the building as a whole. For instance, perhaps you’re choosing the perfect carpet tile for your hotel rooms or a specific hotel room (especially if each room in your building has a distinct theme or design scheme). You’ll likely use different carpeting there than you do in the corridors. You might, then, have a ballroom or similar space where you want to maintain the hardwood. There, you might have better luck opting for an area rug that can be added or removed depending on the occasion.

Like with most elements in the hospitality industry, it’s clear that many different factors go into choosing the right carpet for your hotel. However, with a reputable brand, an appealing color scheme, a distinct statement, and careful customization for each room or space in your building, you can find the best carpet at the best price, with the best results for your building’s sense of hospitality.

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About the Author: Barry Lachey

Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources "Joe Joe." he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.