Whether you want to give your bar a hip and modern feel, or if you’re looking for something more rustic, there’s one design element that can help you nail your look down: reclaimed wood. Not only is reclaimed wood a great way to keep your space eco-friendly; reclaimed wood can help you make a strong style statement in your...
Most restaurant patrons have no idea just how much thought goes into each and every detail of designing your restaurant. When it comes to seating, your chairs must be chosen with particular care. The decision of what kind of seating to put in your restaurant is a major one that will influence your customers' overall experience.
To help you decide...
Reclaimed Wood or Steel For Chairs?
Looking for chairs for your restaurant and can’t decide what material will suit your needs best? When it comes to chairs, most are made out of wood or steel. Reclaimed wood is another option instead of steel and there are a few things to consider when choosing between the two.
Reclaimed wood and steel chair...
Round vs. Square Wood Tables For Restaurants
Deciding to go with round or square wood tables for your restaurant table tops is a difficult choice to make when it comes to your restaurant aesthetics. Round tables are always keen to the eye, but square tables are commonly used by most restaurants for a reason. Both shapes have their differences, good...
There are all sorts of seating that you can incorporate into your establishment. This includes benches, booths, chairs, and stools. Each type of seating invites a different type of person into your establishment. You will want to choose the right seating options to invite the right clientele.
Benches are like the picnic benches that you see in parks as well...
Maximize Square Footage with Communal Seating
Have you ever gone into a restaurant and become frustrated when there was a wait because you see so many empty seats? The problem with these empty seats is that they are attached to tables where people are already seated. The majority of restaurants have tables that are built for four or six. However,...
Whose Table is it Anyways?
One of the biggest problems in a busy restaurant is the servers trying to figure out how to best handle seating. If a table is sat and two servers both assume that the other person has it, the table will sit there and the guests will be ignored. This is not good for business, and...