“Going Green” has been a trend for years now, but the 2021 version focuses specifically on sustainability. Consumers want to know that they are interacting with companies that prioritize:
Increasingly, customers are concerned with environmental issues and want to know that the businesses they deal with are behaving ethically.
For this reason, sustainability has been one of the most noticeable hospitality trends of recent times, with a growing number of hospitality businesses promoting their eco-friendliness.
– Hospitality Trends: The Latest Trends in The Hospitality Industry, Revfine
“A focus on environmental sustainability isn’t new, but the degree to which guests expect (and prefer) eco-friendly products and services is. Simply suggesting that guests reuse towels for an extra day isn’t enough; today’s traveler wants to stay at hotels that have integrated green practices in all aspects of their business.”
– 101 Hotel Trends You Need to Watch in 2021 & Beyond, Hotel Tech Report:
Safety, sanitation, and sustainability are all big buzzwords for 2021 design. Effectively integrating these concepts can be difficult, but worthwhile. Here are just a few of the options that Hotel Tech Report suggests:
TreeScapes & PlantWorks offer Custom-Fabricated and Preserved Trees and Plants that have some surprising benefits. Our exterior Fabricated Trees are ideal for creating shade and cooling spaces naturally, with no electricity. The big bonus? They don’t require water!
Many companies don’t realize how much they’re spending on horticultural maintenance, but replacing real with faux can have dramatic results. Our Artificial Plants and Trees can be installed once and are easily maintained. Plus, they will stay in beautiful condition without the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides.
TreeScapes & PlantWorks’ preserved palms are made with recycled plant material. They are so resource-efficient that they qualify for up to 90% of their purchase price in LEED credits!
Our Preserved Palm Trees, Boxwood, Moss, Bonsai, and Italian Cypress Trees all use real plant material and can also qualify for LEED certification credits.