Posts Tagged: Wellbeing DI

Washroom Solutions: Improving Wellbeing Through Hygiene

The last two years of living through a pandemic have brought wellbeing and mental health starkly into definition. One particular aspect of this is the peace and reassurance that hygiene can bring. Providing hygienic, long-lasting and durable washroom solutions in a post-COVID world is a challenge. Clients, designers and architects want visitors to feel as… Read More >

23 March 2022

An Eclectic Look with Egger

Located in the small, but lively town of Bangor, Eclectic, a luxurious mind and body wellbeing retreat, has opened a three-story studio on the main street. [Find Egger on the BCFA Product Finder] The state of the art studio features wall and ceiling slats throughout the tranquil and elegant space in woodgrain decor H1146 ST10… Read More >

22 March 2022

Ulster Replicate the Beauty of Nature

Replicating the unique beauty of Sicily, Ulster’s bespoke rugs for the revamped RG Naxos perfectly complement the nature-inspired design vision created by THDP. For RG Naxos, THDP, a London-based interior designer and architectural practice with a team of 50% British and 50% Italian designers, created a design concept inspired by the natural beauty of Sicily’s… Read More >

7 March 2022

Why So Blue?

The Design Insider Wellbeing campaign launched in January, encouraging members to share how they address wellbeing in their own business and the sectors in which they operate. As an association, we believe in the power of working together, so were delighted to hear how three of our members decided to collaborate on a joint mood-board… Read More >

15 February 2022

The Importance of Sleep: Silentnight

Whether it’s one night in a hotel just off the motorway for business, or a week’s holiday by the coast in a bed and breakfast, it’s often other plans that dictate where we get our shut-eye away from home. A recent study* identified that sleeping in unfamiliar surroundings can adversely affect a traveller’s sleep; and… Read More >

27 January 2022


By its very nature, hospitality is centred on the wellbeing of guests and, within these settings, matching colours and patterns plays an essential role in conveying the ambiance of a venue. [Find Ulster Carpets on BCFA Product Finder] From the welcome of the lobby and the relaxation found within a guest room through to the… Read More >

24 January 2022

Workplace Wellbeing with Lee & Plumpton

The primary objective of workplace design must be to support the activities of the people and organisation within it. The overall office environment directly influences personal comfort, health, performance, and productivity. [Find out more about Lee & Plumpton] The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)’s 2021 survey, conducted in partnership with Simply Health, showed… Read More >

17 January 2022

Wellness Trends in the Hospitality Sector

Nick Brown, Leader, Hospitality UK, LIXIL EMENA, responsible for overseeing hospitality projects for the GROHE brand in the UK, kicks off Design Insider’s Wellbeing campaign by discussing the wellness trends in the hospitality sector.  Wellness is almost synonymous with the idealism of a hotel stay. Whether visiting for business or leisure, a hotel stay offers… Read More >

4 January 2022