Restaurants are always looking to provide their clients with something new and better. When festivals come, they are the first to enhance their decor and mood. In fact, it will not be wrong to say that all towns and cities have a festive look because first the restaurants are decorated! However, it’s understandable if you think most styles of restaurants have become clichés. Perhaps for your restaurant you’re looking for something new. Three tips to decorate a restaurant for Christmas can help you here.
Add a chimney
This is very easy and will help your restaurant look completely different and festive. There are now traditional fireplaces like the wood you can choose from. Or you can go for more modern styles such as gas and electric fireplaces. However, if you’re really thinking about changing the atmosphere, wood fires are your best bet. You may have to restructure, but it would be worth it. Create a grate that also looks decorative. Maybe even add a cloak and keep some decorative items. It will add immensely to your restaurant’s homey look. Since festivals are a time for families to get together, your customers will appreciate this kind of home environment.
If you feel that wood fireplaces are too difficult to add because of all the renovation you have to do, you may want to use the transitionals, i.e. the propane gas fireplaces. They can’t match wood looks, but they can use for decorating a bar for Christmas that your people nevertheless appreciate.
Change the tables
Little do restaurant owners know that a simple act like rearranging their tables can make a great difference to their restaurant’s interior design! This is something you can do very quickly and at no cost. One way to rearrange your tables is to join two tables and then keep all the chairs around them. This is a good idea during the festive seasons, especially as the restaurant is mainly visited by families, and they will always ask you to attend tables. Joining tables and holding them in strategic positions also gives your waiters more room to walk around and makes it more relaxed and uncluttered.
Go with a theme of color
Nothing irritates more than a routine of haphazard decoration. You need to make sure that you stick to a color theme when decorating your restaurant. This may be the color theme of the season, like red and gold for Christmas, dark purple and black for Halloween and so on. You should get into the mood when people go into your restaurant. This creates a nice evening for them and they will probably recommend your place to their friends.
Test these tips this holiday season and see how your business changes. Moreover, they will also help you get into the festive groove!