IDP Interior Design launches three hotel roomsets

IDP Interior Design launched with Hotel-roomsets offerings that were custom designed, taking into account the issues of practicality, maintenance and style that are important in the hotel sector. Three hotel-roomsets were introduced, named: the Classic, the Executive and the Boutique range.

All three hotel-roomsets include custom designed furniture and lighting, wallcovering, custom carpet, all soft furnishings including make-up and customized artwork. Back of house equipment and bathroom design and supply packages are available upon request. A design service is also available for corridors and public areas to complement existing hotel-roomsets.

The hotel-roomsets are based on a generic size of over 322 square feet for the Boutique and over 301 square feet for both the Executive and Classic ranges. Site evaluation is offered, should this be required. The hotel-roomsets are appropriate for both new builds and renovations. There is a limited edition of 500 rooms per design and a minimum of 50 roomsets per order.

IDP Design is dedicated to interior design, irrespective of budget, project type or location. It offers full interior design and coordinated procurement services in various sectors, including: hotels, resorts, bars and restaurants, casinos and spas. IDP Interior Design, specifically, offers services for: project assessment, space planning, conceptual interior and lighting design, bespoke furniture design and development, design development, contract documentation, project interior design administration, site interior design supervision and installation assistance for FF&E items.

Hotel-roomsets were set up to respond to the needs of hotels who want a custom look, but for whom the design and development costs are restrictive. Adding together a number of properties, the cumulative effect of volume purchasing allows Hotel-roomsets to meet limited budgets with limited edition, custom interiors by UK-based international design company IDP Interior Design.


The boutique room is designed for the more exclusive 4-star and 5-star hotel, offering a more individual and luxurious experience


The classic room is aimed at the 3-star and 4-star hotel market, offering a comfortable and stylish look


The executive room is suited for the upper 3-star and 4-star hotel market, creating a sophisticated, contemporary look

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