The Essentials Of Bar Tables And Stools

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Oct, 2015

 

Furniture and accessories are the essence of most indoor spaces and in particular, businesses. Think about it – customers are far more likely to walk into a cafe or nightclub that has an inviting outer appearance and cosy indoor setting, than a restaurant with a dull facade and heaps of unused space, right? This is why if you want your business to succeed, you need to stay abreast of Australia’s restaurant and bar industry by splashing a little cash on quality tables and stools. To ensure you don’t end up spending money on stock furniture that doesn’t fit the look and niche of your business, first read about the essentials of buying commercial furnishings.

Considering the Comfort Level

The level of comfort you, your employees and customers can enjoy from bar stools and tables will depend mainly on the materials you choose. Chairs and stools upholstered with soft fabrics, leather and cushion will offer lots of comfort and support, whereas plastic or metal furnishings will be the better choice for industrial-type settings. Chairs that are narrower than 20 inches may not provide enough support, so think about this when buying furniture and always test it out yourself first to assess how comfortable it really is!

Types of Table and Stool Styles

Is your business modern or traditional? Paying attention to the theme will help you to make a decision when picking suitable table and stool styles. For an industrial feel, browse simplistic furniture with a minimalist style and neutral colours. Funky touches, like tables with flip-tops and stools with built-in drink holders, will give the space a modern touch. Play around with materials if you like the unique look, such as by combining metal with wood. When it comes to picking out tables, decide how many people you want to accommodate and whether or not you want the table to have clean cut lines or traditional round edges for a more social feel. A stylish table will double as an artistic enhancement, so it’s worth spending some time selecting particular materials and colours.

Taking Accurate Measurements

One of the biggest mistakes you can make when buying cafe furniture is taking the wrong measurements, or not taking measurements at all! The more you know about the floor plan of the space that is being updated with tables and stools, the easier it will be to find furniture that fills the space, whilst leaving enough room for people to move around comfortably. Typically, stools range from 18-36 inches in height and many will come with height adjustment features. Hinged wall-mounted tables will fit better in compact rooms, whereas large tables with underneath storage will be more functional in bigger spaces.

Crafted with quality in mind, the bar tables and stools sold through Cafe Club are affordable and stylish. For wholesale options, call 1300 300 785.

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