INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS FOR RESTAURANTS
At Mobile Design we do more than residential designs, we have a highly qualified contract department that focuses on business design. Their mission is to come up with solutions where attractive design also enhances the business’ functionality. Our team achieves this balance beautifully with every project.
Undoubtedly one of the top leisure time activities nowadays is eating out, and when we do, we all prefer a nice atmosphere and high quality furniture. According to a recent study, 60% of clients prefer spaces with a design and decoration that they enjoy, so its always a good idea to pay attention to every single detail.
It is also true that many major business deals are made over lunch in restaurants that pay attention to their interior design, and that’s what this post is all about. You might be considering changing your restaurant’s look and have no idea where to begin. What style should you follow? What factors should you take into account? Here at Mobile Design, we don’t want you to worry about these issues and thats why we have a team of professionals that will take care of every detail.
The first step is to find a concept for your space, what’s it going to be about? What will its differentiating value be? What do you want to stand out for? What are its main attributes? The best thing to do is define the purposes it was created for:
- Target market
- Location and surroundings, include client access and a study of the competition in this point.
- Theme or design specifics, which are usually determined by the services offered.
Once you’re clear on that, you can examine current trends, this is what’s hot now:
Distressed furniture, concrete walls, rusty decorative elements and visible plumbing. This style was initially featured in informal settings but is now present in even the fanciest restaurants, always in a pastel colour scheme.
Decorative elements in walls and furniture are usually in warmer earth tones to convey a cosey and comfortable feel that remind you of the countryside. Vegetable and fruit motifs are often used.
Features a colour scheme made up of white, aquamarine, mustard and olive green tones that are combined with wood and other natural elements that inspire freedom, clarity and well being.
Traditional designs and warm tones are combined with hand crafts such as pottery and fruit motifs that remind you of a family country house.
You’ll find this style a lot at organic restaurants that show their respect for the environment not just through the ingredients they use to prepare the food they serve, but also in the design of their interiors. You’ll often see wood, recycled paper and treated second hand materials in these venues.
However, let your imagination run free, at our Marbella store we can personalise your project completely without scrimping on quality. What makes our work stand out is the durability of the materials we use. Our furniture is the perfect combination of art and design, manufactured by the most exclusive national and international companies.