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Monday, February 3, 2014

3 Easy Updates that will improve the Look of Your Restaurant


When you run a business, especially one where customers actually visit your establishment and spend time in it, appearance matters. This is doubly true of a restaurant. Customers will spend the time that they are waiting for their food examining their surroundings, taking note of the décor, the state of the china, the amount of space between the tables, etc. You'll want to make sure that the experience is a pleasant one so that they come back and hopefully bring their friends.

If you notice that the space is starting to look a little weather beaten, you'll need to update some things to keep the good atmosphere that you had. But what if you don't have a ton of money for renovations? Not to worry! Here are three simple things that you can do to make a big impact on the look of your restaurant for a relatively small amount of money.  

Buy Wholesale Lampshades
There are very few things that make as drastic a difference to the appearance of a room as the lighting. Perhaps your current lamps look old or too outdated in style and you want to modernize. Maybe you'd like to change the ambiance of your space from bright and energetic to dusky and romantic or vice versa. All of this is easy to achieve with new lampshades. Depending on the type of lighting you already have, you might not even have to replace the lamps themselves, which will save you some money. And by buying wholesale lampshades to get that bulk discount, you can save even more.  

Invest in Some New Tablecloths
Are your wooden tables looking old and scratched? Or maybe you want to be able to switch from casual lunches to more formal dinners. The easiest way to use your rather aged-looking tables for fine dining is to invest in some new tablecloths. Not only will getting new linens be extraordinarily cheaper than replacing all of your furniture, but with the money you save, you can buy the tablecloths in several different styles and colors. This will allow you to have some variety in terms of how you present yourself to the public. For instance, special brunches might occasion some cheery yellow and orange tablecloths with daisies on the table in pitchers. On the other hand, classic white looks good at any time or event.

Brighten the Room with a New Coat of Paint
Rather than spending a fortune on new flooring or expensive furniture to enhance your look, a new coat of paint can work wonders. Decide what kind of aesthetic that your establishment will be looking for in the future and choose a color that will enhance it. Even if you choose a hue that is very similar to the one you already had, a new coat will look cleaner and brighter, and not go unnoticed by the customers who see it. For an added touch of style, throw some decorative pictures and mirrors on your new walls to give customers something to look at and (in the case of mirrors) create the illusion of more space.



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