Baby boomers spend $157 billion on travel every year, taking an average of 3.7 trips annually.

As this important group of travelers ages, alterations in hotel and travel accommodations will be necessary to meet their needs, according to the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID).

55+ TLC Interior Design focuses on improving the safety and functionality of hotel rooms, lobbies and public settings by incorporating effective aging-in-place design to create safer, more comfortable and enjoyable environments, and reduce the risks of falls and injury associated with age.

How Can Aging-in-Place Design Serve the Travel Industry?

One of the biggest challenges we face over the next 30 years will be how to meet the demand for safer living spaces for those 55 and older, according to ASID.

The Travel Industry and Aging-In-Place Design

Aging-in-place design can help the travel industry meet the needs of boomer and senior travelers with safe and sensible solutions, including:

  • Hotel room remodels
  • Bathroom remodels
  • Living area remodels
  • Space planning
  • Architectural review
  • Exterior building modifications
  • Modifications to common areas
  • Flooring design
  • Lighting design
  • Hardware and plumbing specifications
  • Interior and exterior finish specifications
  • Wall and ceiling treatments
  • Window coverings and treatments

Modifications can be made to existing structures and travel venues in the planning stage for safer environments that provide comfort, mobility and functionality with beautiful, contemporary designs and furnishings.

For help creating safe and functional spaces for 55-plus travelers, contact 55+TLC Interior Design at (480) 696-3187.