How-To: Choosing the Perfect Colours for Your Restaurant

How-To: Choosing the Perfect Colours for Your Restaurant

The smallest details matter. From the décor to the colour palette, creating the perfect ambience is no easy feat. But how exactly constitutes the perfect colour? Here are some tips for choosing the perfect shades.

Pastel Colours

How-To: Choosing the Perfect Colours for Your Restaurant

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Pastel combinations are light and soft, making them an excellent choice for fast foods, casual eateries and cafés. Due to their nuanced nature, shades such as light yellow, sky blue and dusty pink have a neutral tone and will make it easy for you to choose to complement the furniture. For an upbeat and casual look, opt for statement pieces when selecting the décor.

Earthy Colours

How-To: Choosing the Perfect Colours for Your Restaurant

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For a back-to-nature look, opt for these earthy tones of brown, olive and beige. With inviting and calm vibes, the restaurant will allow your guests to feel more relaxed. Establishments specialising in salads or health foods may consider this colour theme, as it will help in making your products appear more wholesome.

Light Colours

How-To: Choosing the Perfect Colours for Your Restaurant

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The combination here has pale yellow, beige, light grey, white and ivory

Is space a constraint? Consider lighter colours such as light grey, cream and pale yellow to make a room look bigger than it actually is. Complete the look with wall mirrors and geometric ornaments. Emitting relaxing vibes, this colour theme is suitable for cafes or sit-down restaurants.

Bright Colours

How-To: Choosing the Perfect Colours for Your Restaurant

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Gold, bright yellow, red, terracotta and orange

For establishments with a high table turnover rate such as fast-food joints, warmer tones such as red, orange and gold are some of the ideal colours to opt for. While they may appear inviting, these colours may also be seen as jarring, prompting customers to leave the restaurant upon finishing their meals. However, do prevent from overusing the colours, to maintain a bright yet tasteful colour theme.

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