Hospitality Drapery

SPRINGHILL SUITES | ROCKWALL, TX - IN PICTURES

SPRINGHILL SUITES | ROCKWALL, TX - IN PICTURES

Within walking distance from Lake Ray Hubbard, SpringHill Suites Rockwall is the perfect stylish getaway. Only a few minutes away from the Rockwall’s historic square, this hotel is for travelers who want to both have fun & relax. The hotel’s spacious suites and great views complemented with modern decor are the perfect place to retreat at the end of a busy day full of recreation in Rockwall. Take a peak at some of the interior and exterior details below.

WHAT IS HOSPITALITY DRAPERY BILLOWING? AND HOW TO FIX IT!

WHAT IS HOSPITALITY DRAPERY BILLOWING? AND HOW TO FIX IT!

Have you ever been a guest in a hotel and cranked your AC down to the max? Well of course you have because isn’t that what everyone does in hotel rooms. Anyway, in doing so have you ever then experienced the subtle noises throughout the night of drapery blowing out into the room, tapping the glass and continuing like a broken record throughout the night? The sound is always just loud enough to be very disturbing to sleep but not quite obnoxious enough to merit getting up and turning down the AC. Regardless that movement of the drapery into the room is what the industry calls ‘billowing’ and it is a factor we try our best to solve.

SPRINGHILL SUITES | ATLANTA, GA - IN PICTURES

SPRINGHILL SUITES | ATLANTA, GA - IN PICTURES

Stylish, clean, modern. The newly built Springhill Suites hotel in downtown Atlanta is the perfect hotel to stay at when exploring some of Atlanta's main attractions. The upscale high-rise hotel is located near the Georgia Aquarium, the new Mercedes Benz Stadium, The World of Coke, the Phillips Arena and the College Football Hall of Fame, among others. Not only are the surroundings remarkable, the interiors of the all suite hotel complements the stunning city views. Take a look at the beautiful design by Marriott. 

HOW MUCH FABRIC WILL I NEED?

HOW MUCH FABRIC WILL I NEED?

We understand in the life of a designer an important part of the job is a cost analysis. In designing a hotel room or an entire property you need to be able to estimate how much each piece is going to cost and as we are working with fabric subsequently how much fabric you are going to need. This is a more complex question than you may know, as there are multiple factors that go into the production of single drapery panel. Therefore, estimating the fabric is not necessarily as straight forward as you may like, yet armed with a bit of information and a list of formula’s it is definitely doable!

GUEST POST: MODEL ROOMS BY MARK TRUDEAU

GUEST POST: MODEL ROOMS BY MARK TRUDEAU

Hey all of you Materialize subscribers and peruse-ers of the Quiltcraft Website. This week we have a little bit of a different feature for you. The below article was written and posted by Mark Trudeau of Vantage Commerce, LLC out of Las Vegas, Nevada on LinkedIn. Mark is a Principal at Vantage Commerce, LLC and boasts a vast amount of experience in interior design as well as hospitality and corporate project management! We were intrigued and delighted to read Mark's original article on the purposes of Hospitality Model Rooms as we believe his insight sheds light on the true 'Why' behind model rooms and how when done well they will be extremely beneficial to the smoothness of hospitality renovations and new builds alike! We hope you enjoy Mark's post and invite you to check out Mark's LinkedIn and the original location of this post