Are you looking for something unique and interesting to add to your at-home bar, kitchen island or entertainment space? Look no further than this CDG vintage industrial bar stool. Our Iron Bar Stool combines the hardiness of industrial design with the warmth and comfort of a classic vintage aesthetic.
If you have a breakfast nook in your kitchen, then a wrought iron bar stool might just be what you need. They are extremely strong, resist the bend despite the weight on them, which can give you peace of mind. A bar stool can serve as a place to indulge, but it also has other uses. The breakfast place, depending on its size, has room for two or more bar stools.
As the name suggests, you can have breakfast on wrought iron bar stools, or you can read the newspaper. The purpose is the same. A bar stool is usually higher than a regular chair, then a bar table is higher than a regular table. With a breakfast place the same principle applies. It is usually higher than for a dining room table.
Whether you are a little girl at best age or a teenager who loves to soar in the sea of books, or a housewife who likes literature, you dream of having a small garden in your home. In this garden, you can see stars with your family on sunny nights. You can play with children in the morning, and you can talk with your lover in the afternoon. Occasionally, you can enjoy tea in the garden, read a book, or invite a few good friends in your garden and have a pleasant chat.
A small aluminium garden table, put on your garden tools or some flowers and ornaments in it , you can stay in your small garden, happy work, a little sweaty, more energy.
Stylish & Comfortable
Our heavy-duty range of chairs and stools features a durable aluminium frame, finished with a heat transferred wooden finish that is textured and resembles real wood.
For extra comfort, they come with an upholstered seating choise . We have various colors and options allowing you to mix and match.
Where the aluminium frame can weather any conditions,All-aluminium version can be used 100% outdoor.
These heavy-duty chairs and stools have a solid structure and their strong base will remain stable, preventing sagging the way other materials could do after a few years.
No screw, no weakness. The fully welded frame is much stronger and durable, and will outlast any timber or wicker chair.
Because of the construction of the frame and the material used, these chairs and stools will not rust, rot, or peel.
You can be sure will not stain any surface and additionally, they will perform in any weather for years and last many years.
Plus, all our furniture is stackable, making it even more convenient to store and transport.
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You will have to do some serious thinking about what kinds of furniture will work best in your space. You’ll also want to look at local business codes and regulations. The fire department or other regulatory agencies might have rules you’ll need to follow in how your space is set up. Here are some other considerations.
Quality – Make sure to consider the amount of wear and tear your restaurant furniture will be enduring. Refrain from buying non-commercial furniture since it simply won’t hold up. Choose furniture that is made for commercial purposes. CDG furniture is a commercial restaurant furniture factory.
Shape – Analyze your space to determine exactly what shape of tables you will need. Who will be eating at your restaurant the most? You probably want to have some larger square tables, a few smaller square tables, and a round table or two. This will depend on the size of your space and how patrons will be moving within the restaurant.
Style – There are two general styles of tables. You can choose to have anchored seating or portable. A booth is a good example of anchored seating. It might be a good idea to have a mix of both. Portable tables are great for extending anchored seating and for having seats in spaces away from the walls.
To get the best quality and different styles of commercial metal restaurant furniture, reach out to us online at www.cdgfurnituregroup.com or by giving us a call at 86-20-36933273.
The restaurant decoration and aesthetic is a vital aspect of defining a brand is known by everyone.We CDG forcus with restaurant furniture for more than 16 years and work with restaurant designers with their fingers on the pulse of today’s trends. CDG furniture would like to share about what restaurant chairs to look for in four types of restaurant: fast casual, casual dining, cafes, and food courts, and cafeterias.
1. FAST CASUAL
On the spectrum between fast food and casual dining, fast casual restaurants have rocketed into the spotlight in the past decade as health-conscious consumers began searching for a dining experience with the convenience of fast food, but with the transparency of home cooking. Fast casual restaurants usually don’t include table service, opting instead for a fast food-like experience in which the customer orders at a counter then finds a seat in the dining room.
But while fast food brands scramble to reinvent themselves as hip eateries, fast casual restaurants were created with trendiness built in. With their main target market made up of Millennials (ages 20-35), fast casuals often build their brands on designs and messages that resonate with a young audience. Take, for example, the popular Mexican-inspired chain Chipotle, whose interiors are practically the encyclopedia entry for industrial chic, or community-focused salad chain Sweetgreen, whose clean, modern look encourages visitors to focus on the experience.
When choosing restaurant chairs for a fast casual concept, creating a cohesive image is key. A restaurant’s furniture is just as much a part of its brand as the name, logo, and even the food, so you should make sure that each aspect speaks to the others. Stick with designs that are clean and contemporary, and make sure durability and ease of maintenance are at the top of your requirements list: fast casuals tend to have short visits and high traffic, and without table service, employees may not notice as quickly when spills occur.
Casual dining restaurants, including family dining, arose in the late 1960s in response to the growing number of dual-income families looking for the experience of sitting down to a delicious meal together without the time investment required to cook at home. While some speculate that the latest trends mean that people are spending less time and money on casual dining, these restaurants offer a complete package: great food at affordable price points with table service and an enjoyable atmosphere.
Because a complete package is what casual dining patrons have come to expect, it’s critical to get the restaurant furniture just right. Casual restaurants often make their biggest profit margins on alcoholic beverages and desserts, which means customers need to have the incentive to stay in their seats. Upholstered restaurant chairs layer on the comfort and style, especially with a durable fabric that fits the colors and patterns used in other aspects of the restaurant’s branding. Another important factor to take into account is the range of seating needs a casual dining restaurant should accommodate: choosing furniture and creating a floor plan that allows for easy wheelchair access, high chairs, and booster seats encourages families to visit and return. While the sky’s the limit on choosing an aesthetic for casual dining — think of the difference between Olive Garden and Red Robin — be sure to choose chairs that look and feel of the high quality that will set the restaurant apart.
3.CAFE OR COFFEE HOUSE
Cafes and coffeehouses are often synonymous in the popular imagination, and with good reason. Traditionally, American cafes will serve light fare, such as pastries and sandwiches in addition to hot drinks, whereas coffeehouses focus on specialty coffee and espresso. In reality, however, the difference comes down to branding and perception. Regardless of whether a business is known as a cafe or coffeehouse, customers expect more or less the same experience: order at a counter, pick up their (often customized) drink or food, and choose between dashing out the door or sitting down for a few hours of relaxation or productivity.
From giants like Starbucks to the corner small-batch roastery, the overwhelming image of cafes and coffeehouses is a space that’s warm, quiet, and personal. Offering a variety of seating options, such as a bar lined with stools, a few bistro tables, and couches or lounge chairs allows customers to choose the experience that makes them feel welcome. And, of course, for the students, business people, and other under-caffeinated, overworked individuals, supplying plenty of electrical outlets and wifi access brings an incredible amount of value to each visit.
4.FOOD COURT OR CAFETERIA
The main goal for designing a dining space for a food court or cafeteria is to create a design that is cohesive, attractive, and easy to maintain. For businesses and schools, cafeterias are gathering places where people can take a break and enjoy a meal, so incorporating branding into the furniture can help build positive associations. For either space, durability is a must, as high volumes and short visits means chairs and tables are constantly being shuffled around. Varying seating options and chair height can help make the most of the dining area for larger capacities.
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By understanding customer expectations for restaurant concepts, you can create a furniture design for your restaurant that builds your brand, rather than detracts from it. Including concept-specific considerations into your search for restaurant chairs, in addition to quality and aesthetic, can ensure that your investment pays for itself in contributing to a great customer experience.
When choosing your seating for your restaurant, consider buying stacking chairs. The benefits of choosing these types of chair are tenfold.
As you already know they stack on top of one another, they are functional, especially when you need to make allowances for larger parties of people.
They are a great space maximiser – when the party is over, you can stack them away neatly, they take up vertical space and not vital floor space, perfect when cleaning is required. Today most designs have corresponding trolleys and carts to allow for easier manoeuvrability and quickness of tidy up.
We CDG’s stacking chairs are made from aluminium and are widely used in golf clubhouses, conference centres, hotels, schools, outdoor areas and fast food restaurants.The range of metal designs are also becoming more popular especially for venues which host weddings and other such celebrations.
Their strong design construction allows for continuous moving, shifting and stacking. If it’s aluminium you have chosen then they are lightweight which allows them to be moved with minimal effort and many are designed for both indoor and outdoor use.
They have great versatility, gone are the days of the functional looking stacking chair. There are many beautiful designs on the market and along the way comfort has been improved greatly. Many can have their seat pads upholstered and feature a curved back, which can also be upholstered to enhance greater comfort and allows for your customers to sit on comfortably for a couple of hours. As well as chair design, seat pads and fabric choice you can combined all of these options with different frames – metal or wooden – which can also be powder coated or finished in many different colours – your choices are almost limitless.
Before making you choice, you need to ensure that you are completely satisfied with your decision, consider the following:
* your client
* your venue
* how they will be used
* construction & durability
* style and design
We CDG is a commercial furniture factory, main in metal commercial dining furniture, metal dininh chair, dining table,bar chair, stool,bar table.
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If you’re anything like me you prefer to sit inside a booth area within a cafe whenever possible. Indeed, they’re usually the first seating that fills up inside any cafe or restaurant. If you’re with a couple of friends then sitting in a booth makes the space feel more private and lets you feel you can confide any problems or share a joke without everyone around you being privy to the conversation. That said, having the right booth design can be a big factor in allowing for customer comfort and for waiting staff to be able to serve guests. It’s important for any cafe owner to have the correct booth specifications, precise measurements, and the right style of booth table to ensure that their venue gets the most from their seating.
Leave sufficient gut space
‘Gut space’ refers to the amount of room allowed from where the customer’s back hits the booth seat to the top edge of the table. The last thing you want is to have your booth seating installed only to find that it’s such a squeeze for customers to get seated that they simply up sticks and leave. In general consider leaving a space of around 50-55cm to allow plenty of room for movement.
The good news is that booth space for 4 people takes up considerably less floor space when compared to open seating, which means that a cafe owner can ultimately cater for more customers and increase their revenue.
Consider using rounded corners
Rounded or radius corners are a good way for cafe owners to ensure that their customers are more comfortable and as its name suggest doesn’t feature any sharp edges. Consequently customers won’t find themselves bumping into unforgiving corners which can make it difficult to squeeze into a booth and may also bruise their legs.
Clipped corners are a good feature
A booth table with clipped corners is another great option. Basically this style of table features corners which are clipped to a 45 degree angle. Not only does this make it easier for customers to access their table but waiting staff will find it easier to serve their guests drink and food too. Typically this is just one detail that enhances your customer dining experience and one that is worth while considering when planning your booth installation.
Use the right base
It’s important in the hospitality trade that the right base is used for cafe tables and is essential if your seating is to work. It’s a good idea to fit a cantilever base in order to maximise comfort and space for customers. These bases offer plenty of leg room as well as plenty of support even under pressure. In addition this type of base is easier to clean, meaning that waiting staff can turn around a booth quickly and efficiently.
Sometimes, however, a cantilever base isn’t the best option. If you’ve got rounded booth seating then there’s no way that your table can be connected to a wall. Instead you’ll need a sturdy single column base with either an X-style or disc base. This gives good support to the table and still allows plenty of leg room for customers.
The benefits of booth seating are clear for all to see. Not only are guests comfortable, but cafe owners will find their business runs more smoothly and that their well designed booth makes customers want to return time and time again.
Our barstool collection is one that we are proud of, we have created a range that we hope covers all bases and offers you choice, quality and style. We have industrial, modern, contemporary, scandi, luxe and hampton inspired looks that will suit restaurant, cafe shop, hotel and banquet. It is an easy and affordable way to update your restaurant space with timber, metal, and plastic bar stool options in both 65cm counter height and 75cm bar height. Don’t be afraid to add a pop of colour, or a dash of glamour, choose a style you love and that works for your restaurant.
A fabulous stool for a vintage inspired decor, these stools are based on the classic industrial stools. The Alice bar stools have a minimal style with metal hairpin legs and a timber seat. A durable, sturdy stool that is not only space-saving but great to look at too. It’s the perfect addition to any home or commercial setting! The Alice stool is stackable up to 4 stools high and available in a few different colours, Peppermint, Black & White.
A stool that amplifies a mixed style of contemporary and industrial, combining a streamlined powder-coated base and naturally finished solid ash timber seat. Symmetrical in design; this bar stool reinforces comfortable, durable and low maintenance seating for years.
A Windsor chair originally is a chair built with a solid wooden seat into which the chair-back and legs are round-tenoned, or pushed into drilled holes, in contrast to standard chairs, where the back legs and the uprights of the back are continuous. The seats of Windsor chairs were often carved into a shallow dish or saddle shape for comfort. Traditionally, the legs and uprights were usually turned on a pole lathe. The back and sometimes the arm pieces (if arms are present) are formed from steam bent pieces of wood.
It is not clear when the first Windsor Chairs were made. It is known that, as early as the 16th century, wheelwrights started coping out chair spindles in the same way they made wheel spokes. The design was probably a development of West Country, Welsh and Irish ‘stick-back’ chairs, but the evidence on origin is not certain. It is thought that the first Windsor chair made its appearance in the county of Buckinghamshire, where the main centre of production eventually moved to High Wycombe.The first Windsors were of the comb-back variety. By the 18th century steam-bending was being used to produce the characteristic “bow” of the Windsor chair.The first chairs made this way were shipped to London from the market town of Windsor, Berkshire in 1724. There is speculation that the chair derives its name from the town of Windsor, which became the centre for the trade between the producers and the London dealers. Thus the name “Windsor Chair” is more about the style of chair than where it was made, with many diverse forms of Windsor chair being made worldwide.
In 2016 CDG Furniture made a further development on Winsor Chair, coping the chair by metal in steel and aluminim. The first face to lanch market In Sep. 2016. As a very specil and fresh finish, catch many customers’s eyes. Such CDG factory become crazy buse.
The chair range can be put outside and indoor. Now the metal Windsor chair are popular all over the world, especially in Europe, and in 2018 it raise another wave in Central and South America.