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Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel Unveils Renovation

Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel Unveils Renovation

PORTLAND, Ore.–Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel, the flagship property at Portland International Airport (PDX), has completed a multi-phase $7.5 million renovation. Under the creative guidance of IDEA-Interiors, a Portland-based interior design firm, the aesthetic of the property is designed to reflect ...

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Creating Revenue-Generating Lobby Spaces

Creating Revenue-Generating Lobby Spaces

Principal at BLT Architects (BLTa) Eric Rahe knows lobby design. BLTa’s hospitality portfolio includes more than a dozen high-profile properties, such as the Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott, The Logan in Philadelphia, and the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in ...

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Designers Weigh in on Custom Furniture Trends

Designers Weigh in on Custom Furniture Trends

Custom furniture pieces are one of the biggest architectural trends in the design community but relatively new to some areas of the hospitality sector. Designers are starting to customize furniture and lighting fixtures as opposed to using mass-produced copies of ...

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Checking Out the Lodge at Edgewood Tahoe

Checking Out the Lodge at Edgewood Tahoe

Located along the edge of the California/Nevada border, the Lodge at Edgewood Tahoe incorporates nature-inspired design elements that attract guests from across the generations and the spectrum of interests and tastes. The latest iteration of the property has been 25 ...

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Online Portal Helps Hotels Commission Local Art

Online Portal Helps Hotels Commission Local Art

Commissioning artwork can take hotels and designers a lot more time than they initially think. Hotels constantly need to stay up-to-date in every facet of the industry, and design teams need an easier way to discover artwork from global and ...

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