Hospitality design trends of the recent past included muted, sophisticated shades, minimalistic design, and monochromatic spaces. This year, however, we’re seeing a rainbow of colors and patterns that exude joy!
2020 prompted many hospitality companies to branch out and seek additional services or offerings for their clients. One popular result of this has been restaurants and hotels turning into art galleries.
There’s no shortage of headlines about Covid-19 negatively affecting the hospitality industry, but something surprising has emerged in 2021: HOPE! A modern version of the Roaring 20s may be headed our way, and experts have all kinds of positive predictions for the near future.
"Going Green" has been a consistent trend for years now, but the 2021 version focuses specifically on sustainability. "Increasingly, customers are concerned with environmental issues and want to know that the businesses they deal with are behaving ethically..."
Coronavirus has required big changes to hospitality projects currently in construction, and to existing establishments. Companies have changed their design and décor to be focused on safety, versatility, and comfort.