It’s excitingly close to the big day now, with just over a month to go. And so, we imagine you’re already prepared for this busy time and if not, are in full planning mode as we speak, because there’s an awful lot to think of, from menus and decoration to restaurant furniture and marketing. So read on to Find out how to update your hospitality restaurant furniture to make your venue stand out this season and pull the customers in by the sleigh-load.
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The Scandinavian interior design trend appeared on the scene here in the UK around about 5 years ago. Although 2018 has been all about bright and funky colours in both contract and domestic markets, the minimalist and chic Scandi style shows little sign of slowing down. This is quite something because trends usually come and go pretty swiftly, but this one continues to stick. And, I have to say, we love it – from rustic wood restaurant tables, contract furniture, and cosy accessories, this style is set to pervade contract and... Read More
Summer is now a distant memory, however, this is a really exciting time of year with lots of events coming up, including Halloween, Bonfire night and of course Christmas! So, it’s important that you make the most of your venue, as customers will be descending in their droves and if you don’t have sufficient restaurant dining chairs, pub furniture, or bar seating, you could be missing out on ample revenue…
Halloween is fast approaching and so, as a restaurant or venue owner, you’ll undoubtedly be getting ready for what is set to be an extremely busy time of year. The following blog aims to give you some ideas to make sure your venue is Halloween ready, including your commercial outdoor furniture, restaurant interiors, décor, menu and some promotional ideas added in for good measure. After all, it’s important you take advantage of the extraordinary £320 million us Brits are anticipated to spend this Halloween.
All restaurants are individual in their own way and most restaurants have a unique selling point, be it their food style or presentation, their interior décor or drinks they serve. This blog aims to explore some of the weirdest and wackiest restaurants from around the globe… quite different to the restaurant furniture found here in the UK!
If you own and run a café, you will undoubtedly have encountered a million different types of customers from many walks of life, cultures, countries and professions. So how do you go about targeting the right customers and making sure that they come back time and time again to ensure your coffee shop is a thriving hub? This blog aims to uncover our four top types of customer as well as giving some hints and tips on how you could go about making sure they become regulars… from your menu... Read More
Nowadays, all manner of commercial settings are available for potential customers to frequent, ranging from pubs and bars to cafes, coffee shops, hotels and restaurants. The offering within all of these venues is somewhat different, however, creating a memorable dining experience (for all the right reasons) depends on a variety of factors, including food, ambiance, décor and comfortable contract furniture.
If you’re looking to rejuvenate your pub but just don’t have an extravagant budget to spend on extravagant décor and new furniture, it’s worth taking a look at upcycling your existing furniture as well as reclaimed pub furniture sets. Of course, there are also many styles of pub furniture you can buy which emulate this concept and actually, these don’t need to cost the earth.
In the ‘causal dining’ restaurant industry, table turnover rate is tricky to master, in so far as you want to seat as many parties as possible per meal service – In fact, the aim is to turn each table around every hour and a half. However, what you don’t want is to compromise your service or make your customers feel rushed but equally, you don’t want diners staying for longer than expected as this can negatively affect the flow-rate and have a knock-on affect to your bottom line. So, in this... Read More
Retro isn’t simply retro, especially in the context of restaurant design and restaurant furniture supply… Retro is modern, it’s in and it’s set to be in for the foreseeable future. This blog explores how the iconic 50s American diner continues to inspire restaurant design. From large restaurant tables to bright neon signs, there are many ways to incorporate features of this style into your restaurant. Decor trends come and go relatively quickly in the restaurant industry as peoples’ tastes change, but it appears elements of this style have far greater... Read More