Design showcase: Top five bedside designs
For our latest collaboration with TOPHOTELDESIGN, we consider five hotels around the globe that have perfected the place where weary guests lay down their heads to rest.
The night table, reading light and power outlet are some of the must-have elements that are placed at the side of the bed, both at home and in a hotel.
A welcoming spot to wind down
At home, the bedside area of an intimate bedroom reveals secrets about the resident. At a hotel, it whispers the essence of the hotel’s personality, attitude, design concept and even budget.
It’s a representative detail of the whole picture, which is why interior design should always pay very close attention. It condenses the whole experience into a small area. It’s the place where guests go to sleep and wake up; the core of the hospitality industry.
The following selection showcases five bedside designs that successfully integrate visual pleasure, comfort, functionality and uniqueness in style – and go further still. From a pastel-coloured elegant interior, leather headboard and night table to a rustic and minimalist wooden nightstand, these layouts help guests have a seamless experience and make them feel right up to date.
Andaz London Liverpool Street
Four Seasons Hotel São Paulo
Hilton Frankfurt City Centre
Olea All Suite Hotel
by Block 722 Architects+
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