Inspiration and trends
3 hotel wall finishes for our partners’ projects


Hotel walls are a fundamental creative element for giving the environment a welcoming atmosphere, capable of embracing guests and making them feel immediately at ease. In this article, we explore the choices of our international partners and how they played with their vertical surfaces to create elegant and stylish settings. In particular, for this journey around the world of hospitality, we have selected the projects that involve 3 decorative effects from the most classic proposals of Viero Decoratives: Concrete S, Damascato, and Marmorino. To blend together comfort, practicality, refinement, and awe.

Concrete S for the relaxation area of a hotel in Russia

Made with the VXF structured primer combined with the Vixalit 500 lime-based paint for a tone-on-tone effect, Concrete S is the decorative effect chosen for this project involving the Biblioteka Boutique Hotel in Vologda, Russia. An effect that evokes the surface of concrete reinterpreted through contemporary and aesthetically intriguing textures, to give life to a wellness area that seems enveloped by a rustic yet always sophisticated surface.

Concrete S for Biblioteka Boutique Hotel in Russia

A luxurious damask effect on the wall of the Indian resort

An effect that plays with light, gradually revealing itself, and creating infinite tonal variations. Damascato was the perfect choice for the project involving the Cabbana Resort and Spa in Jallandhar, India. Made with the Allure paint, this project harmonizes a highly varied and scenic colour palette, enriched with fine glass sands that activate fascinating metallic and light effects. For a warm, luxurious, bright, and elegant environment.

Damask effect made with Allure. Cabbana Resort and Spa in India

A classic of hospitality. Elegant and natural walls with Marmorino

Marmorino remains a winning choice, even in the world of hospitality, especially when using a strategic product like Marmorin Hydro, based on lime grains and marble dust. Indeed, it allows for the creation of aesthetic continuity between walls even in the most difficult corners such as those in close contact with water and steam, for example in bathrooms, spa areas, kitchens, etc. At Hotel Indigo in London, Marmorin Hydro was chosen in neutral tones for the walls of the rooms. Moving to Malta, on the island of Gozo, the project involving architect Joseph Bondin and interior designer Rodianne Hili is built on a minimal and contemporary concept: each room has a different colour variation but maintains as the constant of the walls its naturalness and

its blending with the rest of the decor. Dreamy and timeless atmosphere, finally, for Hotel Santa Clara in Lisbon, whose project here is by Manuel Aires Mateus and Francisco Aires Mateus. Here too, Marmorin Hydro was the winning choice to create comfort, including visual comfort.

Hotel Santa Clara 1728, Marmorino

Want advice for hotel wall projects?

Haven’t found the right inspiration yet? If you need information on products and effects for your projects involving walls and the world of hospitality, do not hesitate. Contact us, and our team will provide tailored advice and tell you all about the potential of our decorative finishes.


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