- This year, the industry will continue to see rapidly increasing construction costs stress project development proformas.
- Designers will find technology becoming further incorporated into signage and furnishings.
- Community design will continue to shift focus from including several decentralized amenity spaces in a community toward flexible multi-use rooms in a central hub of activity.
- Operators will increase attention to caregiver benefits/amenities to address staffing and retention concerns for the future.
- We will see a continued hospitality influence on senior living, however it will shift from focus on design to more personalized services for residents.
- Dining will take a special focus this year, with multiple and flexible restaurant venues providing variety for residents & families and attracting top quality chefs & personnel.
- The industry will continue to “go green,” with cruelty-free and eco-friendly products and materials made in America becoming more prevalent, motivating greater interest in company transparency to provide information regarding harmful material ingredients.
- Statement-making colors are back, as designs move toward neutral palettes layering greys and beige with accents of bright, saturated colors in furnishings and accessories.
- Vintage modern style will be utilized heavily, with an increase of modern furnishings being used throughout the community.
- 2017 will bring an increased focus on layering organic and geometric patterns, especially in flooring.
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