Gallery: New on the market products for hotel interiors
Modern Edit by Shaw Contract
Modern Edit carpet collection by Shaw Contract allows designers and specifiers to move from hard surface to carpet tile and custom area rugs to create a cohesive setting for hospitality environments, breaking down the barriers of residential and commercial aesthetics. Marked by unconventional scales and imperfect finishes and a contemporary take on nostalgic design, Modern Edit pays homage to textile heritage.1/5
“When it comes to delivering the ultimate customer experience, the hospitality flooring segment is unique,” says Andrew Jackson, marketing director EMEA at Shaw Contract. “From a commercial perspective demands are centred on performance, while from a style standpoint expectations are now that carpet is to be inspired by residential design.”
Jackson adds that hotels and restaurants typically aim to create environments divorced from the day-to day settings visitors experience at home or work.
“The result is that today’s manufacturers are increasingly collaborating with architects and designers to develop flooring products that assist in producing memorable hospitality spaces,” he says. “For example, when it comes to hotel carpet, we are seeing more guest rooms featuring carpets that feature full pattern repeat to create visual statements.
In creating Modern Edit, Shaw Contract wanted to reflect a sense of history, paying homage to textile heritage by offering a threadbare and luxurious authenticity, weaved with a modern twist.
Suitable for both public and private spaces, Modern Edit draws on the tension between artisanal deconstruction and structure, familiar and fresh, to produce a carpet collection with opulent aesthetic and delicate detail. For more information visit www.shawcontract.com
Maison by York
York has recently launched a new collection called Maison. It is a collective of six smaller collections, which are coordinated by colours - caramel, cream, fern, cobalt, oak and carbon. Each collection boasts a full range of fabrics ranging from sheers, solids and prints. Maison is a collection that is an update of York’s Moods range, which has been very popular among interior designers and fabricators. www.astyork.com2/5
Nailed it by Phillip Jeffries, Goodrich
Goodrich Global has recently launched Nailed It wallcovering collection. Designers now have the option to choose their own shapes stud or rivet and choose ground for an easy custom creation. Raised relief with pearlized inks is hand-printed by artisans on herringbone, linen and tweed grounds.3/5
Nailed It collection is available in four new studs and stripes colours and five new riveting colours and more than 2,400 custom options. Available on high-quality paper, it is a contract wallcovering that is suitable for hospitality, commercial and residential use. www.goodrichglobal.com
Chain curtains by Kriska Décor
Kriska chain is a fully customisable material, suitable for various applications, including wall covering, room dividers (pictured is Roberto’s restaurant in Dubai, designed by Draw Link Group) or shop windows. Kriska’s chain is a very light, versatile material compared to other construction and decorative materials and can be adapted to any design trend. www.kriskadecor.com4/5
World Woven Collection by Interface
The World Woven Collection from Interface brings a handcrafted feel.5/5
"In our studios around the world, designers work together to decipher trend and interpret it through the lens of local textile histories - from Japan to the UK, the Americas to Australia," says Steven Pratt, sales director for Interface in the Middle East. "In this process, one thing becomes very clear: the most elegant solutions are often the simplest. Our 2016 Collection in addition to our global library of styles is deeply influenced by this lesson. Uncomplicated, hand crafted and imperfect are often the terms of beauty today. The World Woven Collection draws heavily from textile patterns and woven structures that embody all these things." www.interfaceglobal.com