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How to Make Your Venue Stand Out- Our Top Tips

Whilst the quality of both the food and service in your restaurant are the ultimate priority, it can’t be forgotten how important the environment you create through the décor and furnishings is. You need to have a welcoming and inviting setting to encourage customers to come through the door so if you don’t have that, it arguably doesn’t matter how good your food may be.

To assist you in making your venue stand out from the competition, we’ve collated our top tips that should set you on the road to success;

Settle on a Theme

By settling on a theme for your restaurant, you’ll be able to make it flow through everything you do. From the food on your menu to the colours on your wall, the theme you opt for will lead the way when it comes to decoration and make it clear from the outset exactly what delights you are offering your customers.

Don’t Be Afraid of Colour

It’s often the case that when it comes to decorating, restaurateurs go for plain and neutral colours so as not to offend anyone. However if you really want to make your establishment stand out from the rest, don’t be afraid of adding colour to the walls and allowing your creativity to run away a little. Hanging artwork from the walls, indoor water features and statues can further add to the excitement that can be generated when a customer first walks through the door.

Mix It Up with Furniture Choices

A restaurant doesn’t necessarily just have to have tables and chairs making up the furniture on offer throughout the setting. By mixing up the furniture choices with tables and chairs for diners as well as sofas, stools and armchairs, you can create an environment where people want to spend time before, during and after their meal. If you can make your bar area as inviting as the food you have to offer, you could be appealing to a whole new customer range who may visit you simply for a drink.

It’s ultimately down to you as to how you decorate your establishment, but hopefully these tips will give you something to think about when it comes to making your setting stand out. For a great furniture choice that is guaranteed to give your restaurant the ‘wow’ factor, take a look at all that we have to offer here at Eclipse; we’re sure you won’t be disappointed.

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