This is a 2-part article in choosing the right restaurant chair for your food business.
Is your restaurant experiencing a sudden drop in return visits? Do potential customers continue to just pass by your café? While there are loads of factors to consider, maybe it’s time to give your space a new look.
But here’s the catch, there are thousands of restaurant chairs available out there. Material? Colors? Interior Style? Cost? So, where do we even begin. Here’s a checklist on what you should know to make sure you won’t regret your next furniture investment.
If you plan on telling us your entire business history, then let’s set up a meeting now! But we don’t want to take your time away from your business. So let’s start with the “who” and “what” – are we dealing with a fine-dining restaurant for families to bond, a café haven for young customers in a lazy afternoon, a bar for professionals to retreat after a tiring workday or a hotel revered as the traveler’s destination for some R&R?
There are also businesses with a variety of stories, let’s say a corporate business with waiting rooms, boardrooms and break out spaces. Do not be afraid to add diversity to your furniture choices by mixing styles. No matter what business and market you serve, we have you covered.
While your menu may offer a wide range of cuisine, let us know your best-selling food in your main course, or your regular’s favorite drink and dessert. We definitely don’t mind getting a free taste.
Interior styles are downright confusing for the untrained. Trust your senses instead. Your color palette is best identified with the colors of your walls and the most striking in your decors. Let’s find that bistro chair that compliments your patterned curtains & pastel table spreads.
Make your chair selection manageable by choosing a tabletop first which will establish your base color. When it comes to materials, there is a reason why Timber is a popular and safe bet. If you are dealing with a small space, choosing a natural timber top with contrasting chair colors to make a room look and feel bigger. Timber is also good if you want to save on your budget as these are made to order in any size.
Even better, take photos of your interiors to give your consultants. For new businesses, it’s always best to research for mood boards and visuals that tickles your fancy. Explore the wide range of furniture in our site and make a list of the chairs that catches your eye.
This will make it easier for our team to help you select your furniture.
We want to make sure your that restaurant chairs will always be welcoming to your patrons. Your location is a huge factor in determining the furniture material suited for your business. Plastic-made chairs are always a safe bet for either outdoor and indoor use. However, don’t let the weather stop you from dressing up your outdoor spaces with timber and metal chairs. Fabric chairs are ideal indoors but this won’t save them from food stains, let’s drill down the best material that will make furniture maintenance easy.
We will guide you in making sure that your JMH chairs will be well maintained and long-lasting.
Now it’s time to take down notes and take those photos. Once you are ready, drop by our showrooms in Collingwood or Carlton and we will have your restaurant furniture in Melbourne or any part of the country set up in no time.
Next week, we get serious on part-2 as we discuss the numbers – size, budget, and prices.