Couldn’t Chair Less: Top Choices for Restaurant Seating Furniture

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restaurant chairsWhether you’re opening a new restaurant or renovating an old one, seating furniture is one of the most important things to keep in mind. If you’re planning to buy new restaurant chairs, you might find yourself overwhelmed with all the choices available. Read this short guide for help on choosing ideal material for your restaurant:

Aluminum

This material is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. If your restaurant has an open area where guests can dine al fresco, you don’t have to worry about it getting wet in the rain. It’s lightweight, so you can carry it around easily. It’s also easier to stack them, so you can save storage space for extra chairs. Seating furniture made of aluminum is ideal only for casual restaurants, though.

Wood

This is among the most affordable and durable seating materials available. It’s available in different wood types. Its coating can be in either paint or varnish, which allows you to choose from a variety of colors and finishes. Moreover, you can repaint or refinish its surface over time and hide the signs of wear and tear. One of the problems you might encounter with this material is water damage, though.

Resin

This scratch-resistant material is also ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. It’s easy to maintain, as you can simply polish the surface to make it look brand new. It’s also 100% UV stabilized, so you can leave it under the sun for a long time.

Bamboo

Many people like bamboo because it’s an eco-friendly choice for furniture. It grows 10 times faster than hardwood, so using it doesn’t affect the environment significantly. Bamboo chairs are durable and it’s resistant to swelling and shrinking. It has a fine grain, which allows you to use different stains and finishes to give it a unique appearance.

These are only some of the materials you should check out when buying restaurant chairs. Look for reliable suppliers to make sure that you’re getting good quality furniture.

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Lillian Johnson

finished a degree in journalism at a known university in California. She now works in Houston for a local magazine.