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Karndean Designflooring looks at bold hospitality designs. Read more.

Posted on the 19/02/2019 by Karndean Designflooring

Reflecting domestic trends, hospitality and leisure interiors are increasingly featuring bold colour schemes in indulgent moody hues of midnight blue and emerald green with pops of vivid shades such as mustard, orange and fuchsia.

Successful designs seek to connect the interior to its local environment through colour, pattern and materials, echoing the natural world outside and paying homage to local history.

Stimulating the senses, bold colours can be used effectively to create specific moods; blues for confidence and serenity, green for calm and restfulness, red and purple for drama or yellow for optimism. A blend of shades can bring harmony and an intimate vibe, while adding pops of a contrasting shade can offer a hint of the unexpected and raise a smile.

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High customer expectations for a personalised service can be fulfilled with a boutique approach to interior design, where different rooms or areas offer bespoke style and a sense of luxury and pampering. An audience that values service and uniqueness will appreciate designs that offer instagrammable spaces.

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Reflecting domestic settings, designs on a smaller, more intimate scale can offer a homely comfortable atmosphere with areas of privacy within public areas for activities such as taking a phone call, working on a laptop or simply sitting quietly to read a book or newspaper.

Flooring is an important aspect to an interior’s success. A considered mix of flooring can create effective transitions between zones and offers a practical solution to wayfinding, while using a single flooring throughout can bring a consistency that helps the different spaces flow without jarring.

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Choose an understated yet elegant floor to ground a daring colour scheme, such as one of our sophisticated Art Select oak designs laid in on-trend herringbone pattern.

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Image: (L) Kaleidoscope Cube and (R) LooseLay Longboard Pure Fabric Oak LLP329 and LooseLay Longboard Blended Ironbark LLP328

Alternatively, be bold with a quirky statement floor that becomes the central feature of the design using our characterful Kaleidoscope range or by creating a unique blend of shades and laying patterns.

Find more inspiring ideas for your hospitality and leisure project…