What We Do • Casegoods Manufacturing

Reliable
hotel furniture
manufacturing

When you work with hotel furniture, two things can consistently ruin your day: receiving a shipment of flimsy, wobbly furniture, and receiving it late. We’ve done our best to put a stop to both.

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The beauty of solid wood

Particle-board? Please. Unlike other manufacturers who use sawdust and wood chips to produce their casegoods, Hospitality Designs uses high quality ¾” birch, maple and oak plywood veneers for many of our casegoods. These beautiful, plywood creations have the properties of solid wood—the warmth, the grain, the durability and scratch-resistance—but at a fraction of the price. Each piece comes with a 5 year warranty.

Better casegoods, better control

Having skilled craftspeople on our team means we have better control over the quality of our hotel furniture, and the timing of their delivery. That means we can stand by our products by offering an industry-leading 5 year warranty, and ensure your shipment arrives in that sweet spot on the calendar—not too early, not too late.

Made with love in Canada and Vietnam.

Our skilled craftspeople operate out of Beautiful British Columbia, Canada, and Há Nam Province, Vietnam. Our two manufacturing locations allow us to produce durable, long-lasting casegoods quickly and easily, while avoiding pesky tariffs and surprise costs.

Custom hotel furniture?
Say no more.

Looking for that personal touch? Need specialty hotel furniture that will be a perfect fit for your space? Our hotel furniture engineers are experts in crafting custom hotel furniture to your exact specifications. We can even visit you on site to finalize the details!

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“We loved working with Hospitality Designs for our hotel remodel. They were able to work within our budget and give us the best quality furniture for our money. They are fabulous to work with, and always very responsive to questions. We will definitely be working with them on future projects.”

– Nicole Gross, Managing Director