In today's blog we're going to address the interiors of the likes of small restaurants and tea rooms and look at how we can help you create space for small commercial interiors.
Space is an important factor for many commercial businesses and it can be costly when it comes to wanting big areas for dining and social areas. Although there is nothing wrong with cosy and intimate settings but there are ways of creating more space for your customers without having to move to another location!
Many hospitality businesses don’t utilize their space properly due to poorly planned seating areas, useless storage space that's more decorative rather than practical and nick-knacks that clutter rather than adding personality.
Adapting furniture size: unlike say a pub where furniture is big, bulky, and cluttered everywhere. A small tea room or restaurant has to be catered for. This means that furniture is considerably smaller (not Alice in Wonderland style!)
Tearoom style chairs are a perfect solution for creating space yet still maintaining customer comfort (a factor that we've talked about in previous blogs.) Tearoom chairs are ideal because they're slimmed down and are easily stackable yet they're still super stylish and have features such as padded backs.
We have a few ranges of tearoom chairs:
Our tearoom chair range Number 14 are simple with rounded back support and are available in a number of colours.
Our Number 16's are that little bit more detailed and add a vintage / French look to your interior.
Representing great value is the Number 840 Bentwood Tearoom Chair, suited for pubs, restaurants and cafes. This chair is available in our standard range of stains with an upholstered seat.
Last but not least are our tearoom chairs Number 20 and they're designed for customers' comfort with super comfortable padded bases and backs.
If you can create a good space then it means people will stay longer. Seating has a huge psychological importance when it comes to customers spending time and money in your business.
3 Top Tips:
These are our few simple techniques that you can adopt when creating space for small commercial interiors.