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Restaurant Business – How to design and decorate a restaurant

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Restaurant Business – How to design and decorate a restaurant

Restaurant Business – How to design and decorate a restaurant

A true reflection of its identity, a restaurant’s decor needs to deliver an unforgettable experience, along with impeccable comfort. From its interior design, through to the kitchen and the furniture on the outdoor terrace, each space should be beautiful and functional to facilitate customer and staff traffic flow. In bistros, riverside cafés, or brasseries, just like in Michelin-starred establishments, the rules of the game are changing: kitchens are on display, in performance mode, tables are shared, and spaces are opening up to mix together a variety of atmospheres. Whether it's intimate or theatrical, a restaurant's ambience enhances what's on the menu!

Restaurant Business – How to design and decorate a restaurant

KRUM coffee mug

Handmade in a Norwegian workshop, the Krum porcelain cup features delicately shaded tones derived from half-glazing. Asymmetrical and almost unfinished, this cup for espresso, americano, gourmet cappuccino, or any other caffeinated beverage, is a real asset for any barista. Silky and colorful, you can slip it into the dishwasher without batting an eyelid.


The 100% cotton apron from Canadian label DAHLS** is entirely handmade in Montreal. Minimal in style, sustainable, and available in a multitude of colors (camel, neutral, navy blue, olive, black, indigo), it features cowhide straps which, over time, promise to take on a slight patina. Simplicity and sophisticated details are the name of the game.

Fayna console

Perfect for restaurant terraces that are assembled (and disassembled) each day, the woven rattan chair from Francisco Segarra delights restaurant professionals with its slight vintage touch so typical of Parisian bistros. Lightweight, durable, lightly colored, and adaptable to any kind of weather, it’s an absolute must-have in outdoor furniture.

The Rita Chair

For over 25 years now, PMP FURNITURE has been offering a wide range of furniture for restaurants: tables, chairs, counters, sofas…All available in one of 700 fabrics and leathers. Solid-colored, heathered, velvety, matte, shiny, printed, textured…The shade selector is full of treasures waiting to be discovered.

Kitchen knives " The Forged 1890"

At the table, OPINEL Bon Appétit+ knives offer technical prowess and style, just for you. On brasserie tables, the greatest meat-lovers will certainly appreciate their cutting expertise, with their 154 teeth on an 11 cm. stainless-steel blade. Their polymer handle is water, heat, and chemical-resistant, which means that these Savoyard knives are table accessories made to slip into the dishwasher.

Heil sofa

A total leather look is what the Mews restaurant chair from Francisco Segarra is all about. Ideal for vintage decor, this brown chair combines comfort and durability. It’s made to mix and match with assorted chairs or pair with the matching stools from the same collection.

MINI BOX crates _ Assorted colors

True to its concept, the POP CORN label redirects and reinvents market crates with the Midi Box: a sorting crate in bold, confident colors. Inspired by crates that we usually see in market stalls or at neighborhood grocers, this box that comes in flashy colors quickly becomes a stand-alone decorative accessory, perfect for the kitchen, on a counter, or as shelving units. It's an accessory that offers infinite possibilities.

Mug - Oiseaux de la Forêt

When a maker designated as a Living Heritage Enterprise encounters a young, trendy brand with enviable skill, the results are bound to be stunning. And here’s living proof of it, with this teacup-and-saucer tandem crafted by the iconic house of Gien, in collaboration with Antoinette Poisson. It’s a delicate set made for a refined setting.


The need to optimize space often opens the way to clever solutions. And here we have one, with High Rise, a collection of stackable pitchers and glasses in borosilicate glass, designed by Keiji Takeuchi for Italian brand ICHENDORF MILANO. It’s a clever set that allows waitstaff to carry a pitcher and glasses to the table in just one hand, sure to save both time and space.

glazed lava stone for a restaurant counter and walls WALL DECORATION

As a high-quality material for sustainable decor, enameled lava countertops can hide a thousand sins. They’re an ideal solution for a single counter space, in customized colors and sizes. And because decor and harmony are a match made in heaven, Italian design studio LISSONI also offers wall décor in the same material. It’s a real deco echo.

ECLIPSE lighting

Here’s a bright idea: the Eclipse by AN°SO wickerwork hanging fixture, for lightweight, minimal lighting in natural tones, featuring graphic lines. This pared-down fixture Made in France ensures soft lighting, creating a contemporary, subdued ambiance. Timelessness is suspended, the better to contemplate it.

Dining table TREE

Simplicity is de rigueur with the restaurant table designed by WOODEK. In its round version, it’s perfect for small spaces. When square, it can be added onto its neighbors to form a large shared table. In its taller incarnation, it allows guests to sip on a drink while standing. From the restaurant to the bar, this solid-wood table offers a multitude of possible arrangements.

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