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Opening a hotel? When to engage a lighting designer?
Have you wondered why you feel comfortable and homey whenever you enter a hotel? You may think that it’s the pieces of furniture, the architecture or the interior decoration that makes you feel the way you do, but these are not the only aspects.
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If you’re about to open a hotel, you may want to hire a lighting design consultant like Baseline Lighting Design Studio to achieve the following objectives:
1) Emphasise the beauty of your building
If first impressions last, you want your hotel to instantly catch the attention of potential clients. Before customers get impressed by your lavish interiors, they’ll first consider the exteriors to identify if it’s even worth checking out what you have to offer.
2) Make guests comfortable
Aside from amenities and a good set of furniture pieces, lighting plays a major role in making guests comfortable during their stay. From the lobby to the rooms, the mood you want to promote must be consistent. Setting up adjustable or dimmable lights on bed lamps is a good solution for this. Installing the correct type of bulb can ensure the lamp produces enough light.
3) Comply with standards
Hotels contribute to a large portion of the country’s energy consumption, with each room spending as much as US$2,200 on average per year. Studies show that half of hotels’ utility costs are dedicated to electricity. You can involve a lighting design consultant like us even during the construction phase. Giving us ample time to provide our input on light and switch placements will ensure every corner of your establishment is well-lit and the overall hotel lighting design fits energy standards.
4) Be more cost-efficient
Cost-effective lighting solutions will not only help you contribute towards greener operations but also reduce overhead costs. Using LED lights, letting in more natural light and utilising smart hotel lighting design systems are among the features guests look into before they book their stay.
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