Thursday, September 15, 2016
When it comes to your restaurant, is it appealing to all five senses? It is unlikely that you have thought about your business in this sense, but it is important that you do. Did you know that a restaurant who can please customers’ sense will gain their business time and time again?
Before you worry about how to do it, we will explain to you how you can tickle each of your customers’ senses with your design elements and the setup of your restaurant. Let’s take a look now.
The first thing you want to do is make sure your restaurant looks nice. This means that you should match the colors, use bold colors, and choose relevant decorations.
Think about the sounds in your restaurant. It is unlikely that your customers will want to hear a bunch of pots clanging together. Instead, think about the music that should be in the background or, if you have a sports bar, maybe TVs, radios, etc.
The space in your restaurant represents your brand and image. It is important that your restaurant is not crowded with items, is roomy, easy to walk through, and open. Restaurants that seem cluttered and dirty will not have as many customers as a restaurant that takes time to clean and create a beautiful presentation.
Have you ever walked into a restaurant that smelled awkward? If your carpets are mildewed or you have not dusted in a while, customers can pick up on this smell. Think about what you want to accomplish from the smell and make it work. You could have candles lit or whatever works for you, just make it unique and yours.
Taste is an obvious one and while your customers will not be eating the decorations on the wall, a poorly prepared meal can completely negate all of your hard work. It is important that you provide the best quality food you can while using the freshest ingredients. Customers will come back to your restaurant if you can nail the taste and keep them satisfied with the design around them.
If you need help decorating and designing the interior of your restaurant, contact the team at J. Design Group today.