Leased furniture, armchairs and beds are among the decor and design items on show.
1. CURTIS INTERIORS
Leeds furniture maker and soft furnishing supplier Curtis Interiors counts Best Western and InterContinental Hotel Group among its clientele, which extends to B&Bs and guesthouses.
With the recession discouraging many hoteliers from investing in essential refurbishments, Curtis says many of its customers are now looking at leasing furniture instead. It will show visitors to its stand how it can help them refurbish rooms for as little as 56p a day, allowing hoteliers to pay as they go just as their guests do, while increasing occupancy levels, room rates and revenue.
2. GO IN
A cubic sofa system in the XXL format is the latest addition to Go In's Chill Out line of large-format upholstered armchairs, sofas and stools for lounge and relaxation areas in hotels, restaurants and clubs.
The square blocks combine to create highly individualised arrangements of row, corner and island designs in a wide choice of materials and colours. For maximum flexibility, a new linking system makes it easy to join or separate the modules to create new arrangements. In addition, the lengths and angles for the set-up can be adjusted at any time and the back rests can be set to two different heights.
Go In will be opening a new showroom in London on 15 March.
3. MATTISON CONTRACT BEDS
President 2000 and Diplomat 1600 are the headline newcomers from Mattison Contract Beds, which has been serving the hotel and contract market for more than 140 years.
Both feature a state-of-the-art double-stack pocket-spring system that combines two layers of pocket springs with deep multi-layered fillings in the mattress to provide both comfort and improved support. The President 2000 features 2,000 pocket springs and a hand-stitched side border.