There are few design arenas as dynamic or inspiring as the hospitality industry. As Coco Chanel so aptly put it, “luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it’s not luxury”. However, luxury is subjective, and in the world of design, it’s also competitive. That’s why Sleep + Eat is one of the most important dates in the architectural and design calendar.
A mecca for those whose raison d’etre is tuned to all things aesthetic, Sleep + Eat – which this year is held from November 20-21 in the iconic London Olympia – is the creative melting pot where inspirational partnerships are forged. It’s where the pursuit of luxury meets the demands of practicality.
Wet Rooms: A Design Trajectory
Wet rooms are now a core component of many interior design projects. Much of this is to do with creating powerful yet simple style statements. As sleek, contemporary feature pieces, these alternatives to the traditional shower represent a revolution in bathroom ergonomics.
Wet rooms are beautiful, yet practical, spaces. Gone are the days of clambering in and out of a thermoformed acrylic tub. Today’s showers are a spa break in their own right. Technological advances in thermal heating and porcelain tiling allows wet rooms to enter a new era of design capabilities. This is the kind of imagination that Sleep + Eat celebrates.
What We’re Showcasing
Wet Room Materials will have a stand at 2018’s Sleep + Eat. This year, we’re focusing particularly on introducing colour into the bathroom, with different drain finishes and the Reframe Bathroom Accessories Collection.
We’ll have examples of each of our three Scandinavian inspired systems: UniSlope, GlassLine and Lip; each of which incorporates UniDrain. The full range of Reframe will be on display to gain an appreciation for the quality of both design and functionality.
Who We Want To Network With
We strive to build healthy relationships with architects, interior designers and developers throughout the UK; offering first class industry expertise and knowledge. Our product range consists of design lead Scandinavian products and systems, lending themselves to the high-end residential sector.
Hotels are one of the most exciting areas for interior design. As wet rooms have soared in popularity, everybody within the industry has been constantly challenged to push boundaries. It’s an arena that creates transformative experiences, meaning that the Coco Chanel’s of the world get their luxury and their comfort.
At the same time, with the right wet room, hotel owners can sleep soundly in the knowledge that they are offering bespoke design without the risk of product failure or leaks. If you want to talk to one of our designers or engineers straight away, please get in touch. Otherwise, see you in November!