KNOX Dining, Surfers Paradise. Design by DesignTailor.com.au. Fit Out by TonicProjects.com.au
Trying to pick the right timber for your restaurant fit out can seem like a gruelling task, especially if you’ve done your research and have seen a million different products and ideas across the internet. There are a few things you need to consider when trying to decide on what type and look of timber feature wall, or flooring, you want.
Firstly, what style are you trying to achieve with the space? Is it industrial, rustic or contemporary?
Secondly, what colour palette do you want to use? Are you a sucker for all things pastel, do you love bright, bold and loud colours, or maybe you want to achieve a more sultry look with darker colours. Maybe you want a combination of these?
And finally, WHO is your restaurant? How do you want your customers to remember you? Are you THE place to be for a hot date, or are you THE place to be for family functions?
Shaw & Co, Townsville. Design by Daarc.com.au. Photography by Scott Burrows.
Stomping Ground Brewery, Melbourne. Photography by Leopoldfiala.com.
Once you’ve considered your restaurant branding and how you want to present your space, it is time to think about décor and what materials you want to incorporate to complete it. Recycled timber feature wall panels or recycled timber flooring, are the perfect products to achieve any look or atmosphere that you are wanting to create. Especially because you can obtain them in a range of reds, creams, whites and chocolate washes. They’re easy to adapt with different styles and are an inexpensive way of tying your space together.
Take a look at some previous restaurant fit outs that we've been involved in and how they have used our products to create unique spaces and atmospheres.