The success of the restaurant business not least depends on the interior design of the establishment. Cozy and original atmosphere will attract visitors. Of course, one shouldn't forget about quality food, varied restaurant menu, and decent customer service.
- - furniture;
- - decor items;
- - lamps.
When choosing a restaurant design style, focus primarily on the size and other features of the room. Use all its pros and mask the cons. For example, a basement room may have massive stone walls that you can play favorably. But compensate for the lack of lighting with well-placed lamps.
If the room is small enough, do not purchase massive furniture, it is better to take a closer look at the elegant tables for two. In this case, voluminous sofas with armchairs will not work either. You can find a place for one soft set in the corner and put a large table there for a company of several people.
Focus on the restaurant's cuisine. For a predominantly seafood menu, the interior should be designed in the pirate style of Treasure Island, using details of the ship's environment. Illuminated aquariums, in which exotic bright inhabitants of the sea depths swim, will also look interesting.
Oriental cuisine will require Chinese or Japanese-style interior decoration. A distinctive Italian restaurant requires sunshine and a patio. Slavic cuisine is a living tree, large tables and samovars on them.
Be sure to consider when choosing a restaurant interior and its price level. It is enough to furnish an affordable institution with high-quality furniture in the same style and complement the interior with decorative elements in the form of lamps, curtains, paintings. A high-profile restaurant will require a more careful selection of materials for decoration and interior items. For example, you can style it in the style of an English private club with a good library, carved mahogany furniture and tiffany lamps.
Do not forget about the comfortable arrangement of furniture for the convenience of customers and waiters. Service personnel must have free access to each table, otherwise it will be difficult for them to deliver orders. Divide the space into several zones, because customers have different tastes and purposes of staying in the institution. Someone dreams of relative solitude, while others want to demonstrate to everyone the breadth of their souls when they are walking with a noisy company. Plants, decorative screens and colored glass walls will help you to separate these corners from each other.
It is not at all necessary to design all zones in the same style. If your restaurant's cuisine is international, try to choose a different interior for each booth. Clients will be interested in having dinner in a Russian hut today, participating in a Japanese tea ceremony tomorrow, and in a week watching the flickering of fish while enjoying seafood platter.