You arrive at the hotel you’ve been eagerly anticipating all year. Finally, vacation! The reception staff is attentive at all times. The sunlight at the entrance illuminates a lovely corner with armchairs that blend seamlessly with the surroundings. You look around, and everything is well thought out: matching tables, carpets with vibrant colours, and interspersed elements of nature. There are plants and pots that complement the colours of the walls. The large glass window in the reception gives the hotel’s resting area an aura of serenity, and you realize that you can already picture yourself spending long hours in this space. All thanks to someone who has thought it through, who has sought to create a balance that conveys positive emotions to the guests.

Interior and furniture design in common spaces such as reception areas, restaurants, and relaxation zones play a crucial role in the visitor’s experience. For this reason, it is essential that each piece of furniture in common spaces is placed in the right location. Every armchair, table, chair, or lamp should be part of a set; we must ensure that even in a shared area with many other people, each person feels comfortable and feels they have their space and privacy. Therefore, they perceive it as a safe place where they choose to spend their time; if we achieve this, it will be key for them to choose us repeatedly, feeling it as their home.

This idea should stem from the business’s brand image, its target audience, and the function of the building it is in, but always adapting to trends and the emanation of an aura that represents an incentive for the quality of the common space. We must avoid conveying that our space is outdated or neglected, as this will detract from the sense of well-being for our clients.

For example, a high-quality Mediterranean restaurant located on the coast, where seafood, rice dishes, and fish take centre stage, will succeed if it opts for an interior design that transports us to a fishing village with elements inspired by fishing and the sea. It should use colours and materials typical of this environment and organic shapes inspired by the movement of waves or intricate patterns found on the seabed, always with subtlety and avoiding the most cliché and typical. All of this combined with blue and whitish colour palettes that convey the peace and tranquillity found by the sea.

Going even further, hotels in resorts in the Falkland Islands or Mauritius opt for finishes in dark woods and a combination of eclectic elements that blend nature and modernity. Always using clean white and blue colours to blur the line between the built environment and the wonderful natural space outside.

Rojas Contract puts efforts into fostering these synergies between interior and immediate exterior design. It seeks to choose, based on a thorough analysis of the environment and the client’s objectives, which elements best suit their needs. Always with their professionals contributing all their knowledge and expertise to create common spaces of enormous aesthetic quality.

Moreover, Rojas Contract has an advantage, being a reference in custom furniture manufacturing, it can influence any stage of creation to tailor the product to the client’s unique needs. Thanks to this, exclusivity is guaranteed, ensuring that each interior space is unique and unrepeatable.