The event, organised by IFEMA from 20 to 24 September, is set to present new interior design projects, inspiring ideas and hundreds of references to give hotels, restaurants, bars, events spaces, and so on their own unique style.
These days, a good interior design project is indispensable in the hospitality industry. Hotels, restaurants, bars and events spaces have made decoration one of their main tools for attracting customers and winning loyalty. In line with this new trend, the upcoming edition of Intergift, which is being organised by IFEMA from 20 to 24 September, is the perfect ally for all professionals from this industry interested in discovering hundreds of ideas and references to enable them to stand out from the crowd and make their establishment unique.
Interior and exterior furniture, fabrics and wallpaper, lighting elements, household items and a whole universe of little details, such as candles, scents, ceramics, handmade items, etc. will make this five-day event a leader in inspiring proposals to leave a unique footprint on all kinds of hospitality businesses.
Intergift will offer a look at all the different themes of interior design, with a focus on innovative blends, comfort and of course functionality. Minimalist lines, clean, straight designs and predominantly light shades; vintage looks prominently featuring steel, metallic pieces, spotlights, etc. so typical of the industrial aesthetic that is all the rage in the hospitality industry; and the eco trend based on the use of natural elements and sustainable raw materials, cottons, linens and LED lighting. These are just some of the proposals being showcased in this edition throughout the stands in the High-End Décor, Textile, Deco, Regalomanía and Bazar sectors.
This edition will introduce bespoke decorating solutions for the contract channel, such as those on offer from prestigious companies such as Artelore, Brucs, Guadarte, and Thai Natura; innovative textile collections, including those to be presented by the Portuguese company Dilina; modern, classic, reloaded vintage and jute rugs presented together at the Kilim stand; avant-garde lighting by Aromas del Campo; hundreds of references in original projects, mirrors and artistic photography from Perspectiva 10, and even the wide world of decorative framing for the walls of hotels and restaurants, courtesy of Dosfer. These are just some of the companies and big names from the hospitality decorating sector that will be participating in Intergift. This edition will include companies specialised in artificial flowers, likeConcoral and Set Flor; outdoor furniture, like Majestic Garden and Sunso; hand-crafted decorations courtesy of Artesanía San José; household items and ceramic products, such as Costa Nova, and candles and scents, such as Cerabella and Vila Hermanos.