When it comes to seating in a guestroom, one cannot simply rely on a bed as the only option. Fortunately there are many options for seating and they all have the ability to be aesthetically remarkable!
A Comfy Couch
Oh, the couch. If there happens to be enough space in the room, you absolutely should put a couch in the room, maybe two! This piece of furniture does not have to be a sectional by any means, especially if the room is not big enough. Sometimes a simple love seat is the perfect addition to the space and can even make the room appear bigger than it is. There are two great materials that we suggest using for your guestroom couch, Microfiber and wool.
Microfiber is going to be the most cost effective option of the two AND it is also extremely popular in today’s design trends. One reason they are so popular is because they are so soft and stain resistant! Beside that, they are durable, easy to clean, dust free (does not collect dust) and cheaper than leather, not to mention incredibly comfortable.
Wool, another durable and easy to take care are fabric, can also be very trendy. Although wool is not stain resistant, it is extremely easy to clean and sturdy. Wool is a widely chosen fabric, especially if children will be using the piece of furniture. This is because of its durability and the fact that it is less likely to have pilling occur on the fabric.
A Cozy Chair
The most commonly used option is of course a chair. Not only should the chair be trendy and cute, it should most definitely blend in the with theme of the room or brand of the hotel AND be comfortable! Yes, comfortable chairs are the ones people talk about the most. Add in the fact that the chair is easy to match a brand theme and can look “cool”. This will have the guests trying to find out how to get one of their own! Microfiber and/or cotton blend upholstery are the best options to choose from when picking the perfect chair for the guestroom.
Can you say, “classy”? Walking into a room and seeing a beautiful plush bench at the end of the bed always puts out an “expensive” and high-end feel to a guestroom. If storage in the room is an issue, a bench that is also a storage bin option is alway welcomed. Multi-use objects can help consolidate items in a room and may even provide more free space to add in accents for the room. Again, one cannot go wrong with the choice of microfiber. A different upholstery option would be a good quality vinyl. Vinyl is easy to clean, easy to repair and still gives off that high end look.
So there you have it. Having multiple options for seating in a guestroom makes it more inviting and creates a comfortable vibe for the guests. They will be more likely to have other people over to visit and in turn opening up the opportunity for other people to have interest in booking a room. A win-win!