A few aspects should be considered when it comes to decorate a hotel room: a bet on elegance, the creation of a warm and comfortable space that is practical as well. These three principles must guide any style, from the most classic rooms to the most contemporary. This is how clients will feel at ease and always say again they will come back to that city.
These three aspects have always set Simply’s principles of arrangement. Besides the implementation of a classic or modern design, we do our best to create a decoration where harmony, balance between all elements and timelessness are at the core of design. This way, we create spaces that generate a bond between the client and the hotel and that could last long.
Considering these principles, in Simply we can design any type of room, following our clients’ criteria:
- Contemporary rooms. For instance, those of the 4* Tryp Hotel by Wyndham in the United Arab Emirates, or a 4* hotel in Doha. A functional design has been selected for its rooms, aimed at making the stay of people travelling for business easier. FF&E follows a contemporary style, with straight and clean lines. With regard to wood, pale colors have been the choice, white being the main focus of textile since it exudes newness, elegance and neatness, and as for details such as cushions or bedspreads, darker colors give a touch of warmth to the room.
- Classic rooms. Such as these of the 5* Marriot Courtyard Hotel Olaya Riyadh or the 4* Regent Downtown Hotel in Abu Dhabi. Here, we decided to bet on dark woods for the furniture and curtains, in contrast to white in textiles and different touches of color for carpets and cushions. The purpose was to offer elegance and harmony in the room, to create a classic decoration that could last for long and the creation of a comfortable space to relax after a work day.
- Modern rooms. We focus now on a project in Saudi Arabia, where the purpose was to give it a modern touch while elegant at the same time. To that end, we combined materials such as wood, aluminum and glass. We bet on minimalist furniture with pale colors and made use of strong colors, such as black, orange or dark brown for a few elements like couches, or for details on the wall to give the room an enjoyable touch. We also made use of hidden lighting to accentuate the different environments.
- Minimalist rooms. Those of a University residence in Paris that we designed seeking the creation of a comfortable and modern environment. Intended to the youngsters, designs with fresh colors and minimalist lines were sought in order to create a proper environment for students.
How is this attained? The first thing we take into account is the type of hotel we are decorating. A business-oriented hotel, where we will search for restrained, formal colors and clean decoration, is different from a holiday hotel, where a more impudent tone could be the line of work, or for young people, where a fresher and more entertaining decoration would be at its core.
We always have in mind in Simply that the quality of FF&E is what matters. With a view to create these different types of hotel rooms, we combine a variety of materials, colors and textiles in order to create appropriate environments, always in search for harmony and attending to every little detail to the end.