If you’re about to open a restaurant, or you simply want to change your décor, you should think about making sure you use as much style as possible. The good news is you can ensure your restaurant is stylish, without spending a lot of cash, and that has to be a good thing.
So how can you go about decorating your restaurant without breaking the bank? It’s easy:
Look for pre-used tables and chairs
This is a great way for you to get the furniture you need, without having to pay a lot of money for it. Used tables and chairs can add a touch of something special, and they can make a huge difference to your restaurant, without you even having to redecorate the walls.
You don’t even have to make sure that the tables and chairs match each other, as long as diners can sit comfortable and reach the table, they will enjoy using tables and chairs that may have been bought in a second hand store.
Add a touch of nature and unique style
If you want to add a touch of nature, as well as style at the same time, then you won’t go wrong with Topiary Letters. They can be used to spell out any words you want, and can be placed in front of a plain colored all, or the entrance. Use words like ‘Eat’ ‘Food’ ‘Drink’ ‘Taste’, and anything else you think will look good in a restaurant.
Don’t forget the lights
Sometimes simply changing the lights can add a dramatic or completely different effect to your restaurant. Experiment with lots of different types of lights and see how they can create different effects. Please make sure that you don’t make your restaurant too dark, your diners want to be able to see their food, the menus and each other.
Make a feature wall, or two
Some restaurants use feature walls, whereby they will only put wallpaper, or a certain color of paint on one or two walls. This makes the walls stand out, but it doesn’t make the dining area too dark. If you have a large dining area, you can make some walls quite dark, but if your area is small, try not to use too much darkness.
As you can see there are some great ways for you to decorate your restaurant in style. Try to make it your own, rather than copying other restaurants that you see, and bear in mind that some people may just dine in your restaurant, simply because of the way it looks.