From restaurants and cocktail bars to five star hotels and boutique B&B’s, choosing the right décor is an integral part of establishing your brand. While some establishments can get away with run of the mill pieces, if you want to attract the right clientele, you need to make your décor stand out from the crowd. To help your interior make an impact, we’ve put together this insider’s guide to choosing the right décor for your commercial business.
Invest in high quality furniture
Furniture is by far the most utilised asset of any business. Whether it’s table and chair sets, bar stools or an indoor/outdoor lounging suite, furniture fills out a space and gives it a sense of purpose. If you want your establishment to look in pristine condition long after your grand opening or post-refurbishment party, it pays to invest in premium quality furniture that will stand the test of time. While lacquered particleboard may be cheap, it will soon chip, deteriorate and look scruffy. A far better option is to spend a little more cash on furniture crafted from premium quality materials such as Iroko solid wood. Upholstery should also be suitably luxe. Rather than polyester, look for fabrics such as 100% leather, linen and cotton.
Install fixtures that last
Fixtures and fittings are generally more permanent than furniture and accessories which means that it’s important to choose wisely. Rather than opt for the cheapest models, think about upping your budget and investing in something a little more tasteful. As well as looking nicer, they will also offer increased longevity.
Don’t be reluctant to fork out for design
At the end of the day, you get what you pay for when it comes to interior décor. Whether it’s a dining set or a series of bathroom fittings, high end items are instantly recognisable from their mass produced counterparts. If you want your establishment to ooze style and class, don’t be afraid to fork out a little more for items that boast stunning design.
Establish a theme
In order to make your space flow it’s important to pre-establish a theme that ties all your pieces together. While it doesn’t have to perfectly match, there should be some element of continuity.
Keep it comfortable
At the end of the day, interior décor should be inherently comfortable. The best way to achieve this is to keep an eye out for pieces that have been given ample thought throughout the design process. You can also create an enticing space by accessorising with décor that creates a quintessentially comfortable mood. For example, if you’re decorating a lounging space, try scattering it with plush linen cushions, a few mohair rugs and even a handful of on-trend leather beanbags.
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