We all love good restaurants, but running a successful restaurant is not an easy task. A lot of different pieces have to come together to make it happen. We as WordPress developers make it easier to create a high quality restaurant website by developing easy to use restaurant WordPress themes like our latest Liber WordPress theme . From supporting awesome niche plugins that make it just so easy for your customers to make reservations to the beautiful colour schemes that invite them to check out your delightful offerings, Liber has all the features you would want in a modern restaurant, pub or bar website.
However, in this article we’ll go even further, beyond the web. We’ll dig into do’s and don’ts of restaurant interior design.
Having a modern restaurant website is just a piece of the puzzle which is needed to make your restaurant become a successful business. Interior design of your restaurant can have a major impact on your restaurant’s performance and with this article we’d like to help you a bit with this as well.
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Now that we have Liber theme to help your restaurant’s website stand out from the competition, it’s time to take a look at this wonderful infographic that can give you the edge you need to lure customers in through those shiny doors and have them coming back for more…again and again.
For starters (pun not intended), a restaurant’s colour scheme is no joking matter. The colours you choose for your restaurant have a huge effect on how your customer feels once he is seated at the table. Warm colours such as red, orange and yellow stimulate hunger while brown, gray and black suppress appetite.
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Similarly, different smells also trigger different psychological responses in people. For example, Starbucks stores had to discontinue breakfast for six months back in 2008 after the smell of burning cheese overwhelmed the aroma of coffee. On the other hand, vanilla reduces stress and anxiety while the aroma of freshly baked bread evokes a feeling of home and comfort. Now you know why a lot of restaurants let the smell of baked goods waft into the waiting area!
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Interested in finding out more about the ins and outs of great restaurant design? Check out the below infographic from Industville!
Well, I guess after going through this infographic we all understand the psychology of a restaurant interior design a lot better. I also hope that those of you that actually run a restaurant or plan to open one will apply these techniques to make it even more successful.
Thank you for your time!