Enhance the customers experience at your hotel or B&B with thermal black out curtains…
Thermal blackout curtains are the perfect addition to rooms in your B&B, guest house or hotel. A good night’s sleep is one of the most important things your customers look for during their stay. Of course, this can depend on many factors, such as the duvet and bedding you provide.
One way to help customers have a peaceful sleep is to invest in thermal blackout curtains.
How thermal curtains will benefit your customers…
There are many ways your customers will benefit from this investment. Sunlight and temperature are huge factors that can greatly affect our sleep. In the UK it can be much harder to sleep during Summer due to higher temperatures and longer exposure to sunlight.
Here are the top 3 ways your customers will benefit from these thermal properties:
- Use them in Summer to retain the cool breeze from your air conditioning and prevent the room from overheating.
- Another way they prevent rooms from overheating is their ability to block out sunlight.
- In Winter use them to retain the hot air from the central heating and keep rooms nice and cosy.
Do I need blackout curtains for my B&B, hotel or institution?
Blackout curtains are an easy way to add value to the experience of your customers. They are a small investment that makes a huge difference to the quality of sleep.
They will allow your customers to completely block out light at any time of the day, which is perfect for those who may be working during the night and sleeping during the day.
Not only do they block out light, but they also help to reduce noise from outside. If your institution is located in a busy area, this is a quick way to reduce sound without investing in expensive soundproofing equipment.
Not many hotels provide thermal blackout curtains for their guests, so stand out from your competition with this worthwhile investment.
Inspiration for decorating a purple bedroom
Purple is a popular choice for hotels and B&Bs as it is seen to be luxurious colour that has associations with royalty and the finest possible quality, Colour Affects tells us.
It also promotes spiritual awareness and meditation, which creates a relaxing environment for your customers.
There are many ways to use purple in your interior design, from a soft, feminine look to a high-end luxurious feel.
These dark, rich shades are perfect for an adult’s bedroom to add style and class. This sophisticated colour palette will never go out of style and pairs perfectly with dark furniture.
Combining purple with floral prints results in a fun look that is feminine and fashionable. Ideal Home tells us that if you are going for a bold print like this, try to keep the rest of the room simple with a muted palette to avoid it looking too busy.
This rich blue gives the room an indulgent look that is relaxing and stylish. Use hints of grey and yellow for the accessories if you don’t want this colour combination to overpower the room.
Inter-woven blackout lining
Eyelet Ring Top Fitting
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