Choosing the Right Restaurant Furniture

Posted by Ryan Owens on Sep 30th 2014

We have nearly three decades of experience in supplying high-quality church chairs, banquet furniture and a variety of other top-tier merchandise to hundreds of discriminating clients all over the country. In that time, we have established a reputation for quality and affordability in this competitive industry. If you are in the process of designing (or redesigning) a restaurant, read on below for some helpful tips. We are always glad to share the knowledge and information we have accumulated in our many years of serving our clients.

Have a Clear Design Aesthetic

It’s easy to assemble a hodgepodge of practical furniture, put nicely pressed tablecloths on the tables and declare your restaurant open for business. It’s quite a different matter altogether if you want your restaurant to convey a palpable sense of place that complements your cuisine. The ideal restaurant furniture has to enhance the dining experience of your patrons. Decide on a theme or a color palette and make sure the furniture you choose fit well within the parameters of your design aesthetic.

Be Quality-Conscious

You expect to be in business for a long time. Take extra care to select items that are well-designed and expertly crafted to stand not only the passage of time but also the fads of design. Keep in mind that your patrons expect you to seat them comfortably and safely, so make sure the restaurant furniture you choose is sturdy and well-built.

Create the Right Ambiance

The proper lighting contributes a lot to creating the right atmosphere you want for your restaurant, but so does your furniture selection. If you want a casual dining experience, choose tables and chairs that encourage your patrons to relax and maybe even talk to the person seated at the table next to them. For a more formal atmosphere, choose elegant and classic furniture that gently compels your diners to be on their best behavior. Whatever type of restaurant furniture you select, make sure it adds to the aura you want your restaurant to exude rather than detracts from it.

Offer a Variety of Options

If your design aesthetic accommodates it, give your patrons different seating options. Bar stools, lounge chairs, comfortable sofas and dinner chairs will attract a variety of customers to your restaurant. This could increase your restaurant’s traffic and bottom line at the same time.

Come to us for your restaurant furniture as well as for banquet chairs and tables. We also have an excellent selection of padded folding chairs and plastic, metal and wood folding chairs. We have different Chiavari chairdesigns you can choose from as well as daycare furniture and stacking chairs. Come to us for quality merchandise, great selection and excellent service.