Five tips for decorating your restaurant

Five tips for decorating your restaurant

Owning a restaurant is about more than just great food. There is a style and feel that gives people a complete experience. While you may not realize it now, decorating your restaurant will make a huge impression on your customers. Here are some tips for restaurant decorating that will keep you in business.

  • Fresh look and feel
    While you may have different themes requiring different types of paint and decorations, you still want the place to feel and look clean to your customers. People don’t want to eat in a place that feels dirty because then they feel like there is something wrong with their food, even if it is perfectly fine. Get baseboard heater covers in place and put fresh paint on the walls. The color of paint doesn’t even matter, as long as it is new and doesn’t feel grungy.  
  • Tables that fit the price
    If your restaurant is pretty inexpensive and is more of a casual feel, your can have laminate tables and built-in chairs or inexpensive seating. Don’t worry about tablecloths, and paper napkins are fine. In fact, most of these restaurants can get away with leaving nothing on the tables. However, a person who is going to spend $200 on their meal expects they will get a real tablecloth on their table, and the table should be decorated with candles or nicer decor. Remember the table should fit the price that the person is paying for the meal, so make sure it is decorated accordingly.
  • Wall art
    You definitely want to have things on the walls that are interesting or can be conversation starters. This is where you can really play. An Italian restaurant may want to have authentic, italian decor or pictures from Italy on the walls. A sushi place will want to put up decor that feels more authentic to Japan and gives more of an Asian and peaceful feeling. Meanwhile, a burger joint should pick decor that is light-hearted and pay tribute to America. What you put on your walls will be what people see about your personality and why you really got started in the business.
  • Technology
    Given this is a day and age where technology is everywhere, you should definitely join in. One way to do this is to have TVs in your restaurant. This is definitely something to skip at the very high-end places, but most people like to be able to see the game while they eat, especially at more casual restaurants.
  • Holiday decorating
    One really great way to spread holiday cheer and give your customers a warm, happy feeling is to decorate during the holidays. There are many different ways to achieve this feeling, but it will definitely make your current customers happy and bring some new ones through the front door. With every holiday, new decorations can bring in a different kind of feeling. For Christmas, even something as simple as a string of lights on the roof shows your business is excited about the holidays. One restaurant in San Diego actually decorated the whole building like a gingerbread house. At Easter, you could put eggs and bunnies around the room. At Halloween, you can use witches and goblins (though don’t get too spooky if kids frequent your establishment).

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