Concrete Wood: The Perfect Solution to Enhance a New York City Hotel

Although known as the “City That Never Sleeps,” New York City boasts an abundance of hotels. Some people get accommodations in the Big Apple while traveling on business, while others are there to visit family or friends or to have a romantic getaway while leaving the kids with the grandparents. Regardless of the reason for visiting your hotel, you want to provide all of your guests with the best of everything.

Using concrete wood is an excellent way to accomplish your goal. A high-quality unique product will transform ordinary counters or tabletops into what appears to be genuine wood although they are made of concrete. This type of decorative concrete looks so much like wood that no one can tell otherwise. Best of all, you can choose from a broad range of colors, plank widths, and even patterns. For instance, if your hotel has a more casual and homey vibe, a JM Lifestyles installer can create concrete wood that look like pine with knots and all.

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Because of its versatility, you can have concrete wood installed in multiple places throughout your New York City hotel. For instance, this type of decorative concrete looks incredible in a lounge or bar. Best of all, you never have to worry about damage caused by water or chemicals. Not only is this decorative concrete excellent for tabletops, you also can also use it to transform the appearance of walls, pillars, stairs, countertops, and more.

Sadly, as rainforests get destroyed, the wood supply continues to diminish. Because of that, one company engineered an amazing concrete composite, which also looks and feels just like real wood. In addition to its beauty, WoodForm Concrete is highly resilient, adaptable, sustainable, and versatile. You can provide your hotel guests with a gorgeous decor including benches to sit on outside, furniture in the rooms, and more. With a sophisticated aesthetic, this is an excellent way to attract more guests and give them something to talk about after during and after their visit.