How do you find the team that will bring your vision to life? When you meet someone, how do you know that they are going to be a good fit for your project?
Let’s go through three questions that you can ask a potential hotel interior designer to get you started.
How do you approach hotel design?
By way of example, attending the New York School of Design developed my technical skills. Then, while working within the hotel industry, I began to see how the different pieces all came together and how design touched each aspect of the guest and employee experience.
Armed with that knowledge, I developed our “Guest First Design Strategy”, our way of approaching interior design to create the best guest experience for your hotel.
2. Tell me about some of your other hotel projects
3. How would others describe working with you?
Your interior designer will be working with your whole team – the staff, contractor and other professionals. Finding an interior designer who is professional and whose personality is the right fit for your team will go a long way in making your renovation a success.
Of course, as part of your process, you will want to look at testimonials and references from past clients. If your peers have been satisfied with past work, you can reasonably conclude that it will go well for you also.
Here at Lesley Wong Interiors, we have used our “Guest First Design Strategy” to create beautiful spaces in other spaces (see some of our recent projects here). To see what our past clients have said about our work, please click here.
We would love to talk more about your next hotel project – reach out here to set up a consultation.