Style Board: Hospitality Furnishings for Common Spaces

04/06/2020
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When designing today’s hospitality common spaces, dazzle and durability are key components for an inviting experience that stands the test of time. 

 

Fairfield

The Callie lounge chair from Fairfield Chair (shown in mist) uses FairShield+ performance fabric and finishes and features a tight seat back. Brass nailheads are optional. www.fairfieldchair.com

 

Modern Forms

The Modern Forms Aretha is a contemporized Mid-Century-inspired luminaire featuring geometric aged brass finished cylinders. Wave design suggests movement when viewed from various angles. www.modernforms.com

 

Medya

The 216-inch-wide Isotope chandelier from 2nd Ave Lighting is shown here in the William Vale Hotel in Brooklyn, NY. This dazzling architectural array of transverse steel spars, bridled in various wingspans showcase Contrail Mist Idalight diffusers. www.2ndave.com

 

Ligne Roset

The Hemicycle Range was designed by Phillippe Nigro in partnership with Ligne Roset and Mobilier National. It is inspired by historic French furniture and can be used in several configurations to make conversation easier. www.ligneroset.com

 

Lexington

The Lexington Dover chair offers a transitional interpretation of the wing chair with an exposed wood frame. Paired with a colorful floral upholstery fabric for a dramatic look. www.lexington.com

 

H Contract

The Izzy chair from H Contract has striking angles, tapered legs and an eye-catching cutout back. Fixed seat with Sinuous Springs only. Contract grade cushion for longevity. www.hcontractfurniture.com

 

Progress Lighting

The Astra collection eight-light chandelier from Progress Lighting features organic, asymmetrical design. Comes in a variety of finishes. Shown in Antique Bronze. www.hubbell.com/progresslighting

 

Arkansas Lighting

This 10-5/8-inch-high polished brass and agate glass Integrated LED wall sconce from Arkansas Lighting would add drama to a hotel lobby or hallway. 6 watt, 3000K, 480 lumen, 85CRI, direct-wired. www.arkansaslighting.com

 

Ethnicraft

The Teak Ark side table from Ethnicraft is designed to look different from different angles, adding interest and a place to put a drink in a hospitality common space. www.ethnicraft.com

 

Phillip Jeffries

Phillip Jeffries Mist wallpaper embodies a mountainous landscape for a dramatic look. Digitally printed on a variety of textures, including vinyl and available in seven colorways. www.phillipjeffries.com

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