One of the major dilemmas one faces when redesigning hotels is choosing the right type of décor. Punit V. Sood, co-founder and director of Karabi Art Community, shares five must-have styles for the hospitality industry.
India is a nation known for its traditional and contemporary art forms. The paintings have been and are an integral part of the cultural diversity, especially the artistic scenario of the nation. Over the years, the interior design and decoration industry has seen a surge with people now preferring the alluring aesthetic presentation of their homes or even the resorts they travel to.
However, one of the major dilemmas one faces when redesigning hotels is choosing the right type of décor. It is these works of art that define your identity and create an aura over the arena. It is what represents the individual, the brand, their choices and preferences to the outside world in an artistic way.
Painting: the most practical and economical way to give style to your workspace
Painting is one of the most easily accessible and attractive art forms available at a great price. Spending money on art, especially paintings, is an investment for those who value creativity. You can spend as little and as much as your budget allows and you can find beautiful masterpieces that will revamp your space.
We all invest a lot of time, money and effort in renovating our homes to make them look and feel comfortable. However, over the years people have also focused on improving the aesthetics of their rented spaces/hotels.
Studies have shown and experts around the world also rely on the fact that having a vibrant living space not only improves the mood of visitors, but also brings them closer to sanity. It also helps provide inspiration and acts as a mood lifter.
5 must-have painting styles for your corporate space
Choosing the right art for the hotel space is indeed a major challenge. However, we have shared with you a concise list of 5 must-have paint styles that will adorn your walls and give them a colorful lining-
* Impressionist paintings
These are traditional art paintings belonging to the 19th century. These are created with short, thick strokes of dark colors on a light background. The artists play with natural light in these paintings and the interpretation is left to the public. They are subtle works of art that beautify the plain surroundings with their color reflection visuals. During their manufacture, special attention is paid to shadow effects when light reflects on them, thus radiating freshness. The best in this category are from famous painters like Jean-Louis Forain, Henri Gervex, Walter Sickert, to name a few.
* Figurative paintings
As their name suggests, they represent and convey a message. Inspired by real objects and sources, they convey a strong message or lesson. They are an artistic representation of real objects. These include nature, especially landscapes, figures, animals, humans, still lifes, historical and mythological, etc. They are simple, easy to recognize and visually pleasing. Also known as figurative art, they add vitality in an elegant way while enhancing the aesthetics of the rented space. Claude Monet is one of those famous artists in this category of paintings.
* Designer murals
These are some of the oldest types of paint existing in the art world. Also known as cave paintings, they depict the beginnings of Homo sapiens. They are the right balance between artistic creativity and realism with depth and reflection. These pieces usually depict human feelings and emotions through brushstrokes and paints. Some historical and mythological works of art also fall into this category. Ajanta and Ellora are the best examples of such art in India. Works like Vishnudharmottara, Silpashastra, Manasollasa are other outstanding examples. Owning these pieces in the workplace would exemplify that the brand is rooted in roots and values the journey of starting from the ground up and becoming a brand.
* Abstract art
Such paintings are inclined towards artistic and attractive visualization. This is free from any style of art and the artists have the freedom to use any color, shape, form, inspiration. The resulting image, however, is purely based on the personal interpretation of the audience.
Arthur Dove, Pablo Picasso and Paul Klee are some of the artists recognized for their abstract art paintings.
* Fake paintings
These are the upgraded version of modern art. Although they look simple, they are actually the artistic misrepresentation of real materials and surfaces like wood, marble, etc. using paints creatively. They adorn and beautify the appearance of the walls and the ambiance of the place. Available in different finishes and materials, it is the perfect blend of contemporary design and traditional artistry.
Painting: Perfect idea for beautifying the workspace
We spend the majority of our time in hotels on our travels. Therefore, having a warm and comfortable set up is essential. Rejuvenating rented space/hotels with visually appealing decor is increasingly on the corporate agenda now as our second home it should be full of positive vibes and energy. Artistic interiors help increase visitor interest, create positive vibes, reduce stress, restore mental peace and have therapeutic effects. However, what is often not noticed is that choosing the right art is indeed an art in itself, as decor represents us, our brand image, our cultural ethos, our organizational vision and mission, and the chosen masterpieces must be in line with the points mentioned. .
Narrowing down the appropriate choice for wall decoration paintings is indeed difficult but at the same time is also essential. These 5 paintings are indeed essential when refurbishing your hospitality business or even when decorating it from scratch!