LIGHTING TRENDS IN HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS

The positive experience of a hotel or a restaurant depends mainly on the visual impact: the light determines its quality and has a very specific effect on the response of our unconscious.

UA MAGAZINE
LIGHTING TRENDS IN HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
19 de May de 2022

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Elegant lighting ideas for hotels and restaurants

The lighting of a hotel and a restaurant must always be welcoming so that customers feel comfortable and comfortable. Pendant lamps on the ceiling become an excellent decorative element that denotes elegance and luxury, especially if the restaurant space has high ceilings.
In our extensive catalog we can find a wide variety of models, but one of our novelties is the Berlin model. Suspension lamp where alabaster is used as a light-diffusing material and where its structure can be found in different finishes such as satin gold, satin nickel and black nickel.

The Berlin Collection becomes the latest trend in decoration, interior design and lighting projects thanks to providing a pleasant ambient light ideal for decorating rooms such as restaurants or living rooms in hotels.

Provides a unique character to the hotel lobby

The lobby is one of the most important spaces in any hotel because it is the first thing that the client will see when entering. so the decoration and lighting must play a fundamental role in order to make a good impression.

The lobby used to be a wasted area, a transition area for visitors, being located only as a huge waiting room. Currently the purpose of this space is changing to become a collaborative workplace, especially in business hotels or where conventions are held.

Custom designed modular reception desk by the United Alabaster team that will catch all eyes of hotel visitors is Weavy Reception Desk. A contemporary, modern and unique design ideal for hotel halls that has backlit corrugated cut alabaster plates, providing a great visual presence in this space.

Wall lights, great allies to illuminate rooms or corridors

Wall sconces are one of the most widely used types of lamps in providing elegant and minimalist lighting in hotels and restaurants. They are usually placed in all types of rooms such as halls, corridors or rooms to help create an ambient light that avoids having too much direct light and dazzling you.

Our minimalist wall light model made of alabaster, Slim WS, is characterized by being a wall light that can provide any space with sophisticated, unique and contemporary lighting.

The straight lines of Slim WS are perfect for hotel lighting, as they are geometrically integrated into corridors and small spaces, offering discreet and indirect light.

The Slim WS wall light has different configuration possibilities, being able to choose the finish of the structure between the Black Nickel, Satin Gold or Nickel finishes.

Table lamps to create unique environments

Table lamps are perfect for giving hotel rooms a cozy atmosphere, whether they are on the bedside tables or on the desk in the room. They allow to create a perfect environment to work, read or relax.

In the rooms, the Saturn Cycle will help create a space to relax, the reflections and the warm light of the alabaster will create a pleasant, sophisticated and minimalist atmosphere. A table lamp designed in alabaster that has different configuration possibilities, being able to choose the finish of the structure between the Black Nickel, Gold or Nickel finishes.

Bespoke lighting projects from United Alabaster

Designs in alabaster lamps that stand out for their great acceptance among architects and interior designers from all over the world in lighting projects for hotels and restaurants.

If, like them, you are seduced by this natural stone, at United Alabaster we can carry out lighting projects and custom work.

Do not hesitate to contact us and we will provide you with all the information.

The positive experience of a hotel or a restaurant depends mainly on the visual impact: the light determines its quality and has a very specific effect on the response of our unconscious.

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