Our Decor

Hotels. They are your home away from home when you travel. They’re a place where you can forget at least some of the cares of the world. Every hotel in the world tries very hard to maintain an atmosphere of cleanliness and encouraging people to stop stressing out so much.


Would you be surprised to learn that a lot of that comes down to our choice of décor?


Here’s an example.


If you walked into the lobby of a hotel or country club and saw no chairs, no tables, no lamps, what would you think? If you saw nothing but the front desk, the guards, and a lot of space, how would that make you feel? It looks strange, doesn’t it?


Think about it. The lobby of a hotel is like the home page of a website. It has to look inviting, whether it’s the interface of the site or the furniture of the country club.


It is important to give the right feel to a guest that walks in through the door or stays in a room. Whether it’s selling a fantastical theme or just giving you a clean, comfortable space to relax, the idea is correct.


Every hotel, inn, and the country club go for a neutral, clean feel. Have you ever noticed how so much of the linens used in these places are white? It shows you just how clean things are, and takes away any worry about previous guests leaving unpleasant things behind.


What we’ve done is go for a feeling of calm and relaxation. Lots of bright colours, but nothing garish to help the brain relax, release tension. We included plenty of open space in the interior design so people can lounge about and not feel constrained.


When it comes to furniture, comfort and style are the keys.


In every room, we strive to make sure the beds are soft but firm. Too soft and people are bothered. Too firm and guests can’t get a good night’s sleep. We know there’s no perfect ratio of softness to the firmness that fits everybody. That’s where covers and blankets come in.


Of course, little touches like the upholstery Perth are important too. We need the padding to be perfect for sitting on and have covers that don’t clash with our decorations or colour scheme. From lounge chairs to sofas in the lobby, everything has to be pristine and perfect.

Having Fun During Vacations

Don’t worry. We get it.


The title is a bit confusing of course. It is supposed to be confusing. Why? Well, because we are confused as well.


When was the last time you had a vacation where you actually had fun? When I say fun, I mean real fun where you basically forgot every stressor in your life and you came back with less emotional and psychological baggage than when you started the vacation.


Long time, eh?


Well, I don’t blame you. While it is easier to get a vacation nowadays, having a real “fun” vacation is much harder. Especially when you don’t know what you are doing.


Here are some quick and easy tips for you to have fun during your vacations:


Prepare your booking (plane, hotel, areas on interests) ahead of time. Don’t just go into a vacation and shout YOLO! because it will cause you nothing but stress. Aside from making sure you have everything booked properly, some businesses provide larger discounts for vacation goers book way ahead of time.

Get to know the place you are going to and prepare accordingly. Going to a tropical paradise? No point in bringing the parka, right? Always make sure you know where you are going and be always prepared for it. If you are going to expect a bit of hiking, bring your hiking shoes. Nobody wants to cross the Alps in Stilettos.

Be mentally prepared to go on vacation. Most of the people I know who can’t have fun during vacations are the ones that really can’t disconnect with their regular life. Set your phones on silent, don’t read work emails, only answer phone calls from specific people. You can’t have fun in the beach when all you think about is the presentation you are going to make once you get back.

Don’t trade money over comfort. A lot of people nowadays tend to go for the cheaper options and I won’t blame them. But always remember that it is cheaper for a reason. If you really want to get away, splurge a little. Don’t skimp out on your adventure.

Bring like-minded people with you. Nobody wants a dementor in the party so you shouldn’t even bother bringing one. Ask friends, family, or colleagues who think the same way you do. No party-poopers, no forcing to party, just enjoying the vacation just the way you like it.