Commercial & Hospitality Furniture

What is takes to furnish a hotel, restaurant or pub

Commercial furniture is made for high traffic environments, like hotels, cafes and restaurants, where the furniture will have repeated use throughout the day. When purchasing commercial furniture, it’s important to select tables and chairs with certain qualities to ensure their ability to work well in your commercial space.

The material of the furniture and its location in the hotel, cafe or restaurant, will determine the life span of the chair or table. The more durable the material, the longer the furniture will last, and the more sheltered the location, the better the furniture will look in the future.

The material of the furniture and its location in the hotel, cafe or restaurant, will determine the life span of the chair or table. The more durable the material, the longer the furniture will last, and the more sheltered the location, the better the furniture will look in the future.
Synthetic fibres are found in plastic chairs, carpets and more. Plastic furniture, like the Egg Shell Chair With Angled Legs and the Eames Chair With Angled Legs, is durable and strong enough to withstand harsh environments longer than furniture made with raw plant fibres.
Rattan, bamboo and teak wood are all organic materials that make stunning furniture. Raw organic furniture can be less desirable, than synthetic, as the natural untreated wood can rot in outdoor environments. Treating the wood with preservatives will prevent rot and repel insects, however some woods do this naturally.
Teak wood naturally repels termites, removing the need to treat the wood to be appropriate for outdoor use. Many products at Serenity Made can be customised to use teak wood. The Dining Wood Table and the Solid Wood Dining Table are offered in pine, oak, teak, ash or plywood. Some furniture, like the Pine Wood Dining Table, is also offered in a variety of wood stains (walnut, black or white).

STRUCTURE

Arne Jacobsen'segg-shaped chairs, used in the SAS Royal Hotel in Denmark, and Michael Thonet’s bentwood chairs, seen in Austrian cafes, were either manufactured for commercial purchase or later widely used commercially.
The curved shape of Arne’s chairs and their sturdy bases make them comfortable and stable for regular use by a wide range of different guests at the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The simple curved back design of the bentwood chair provides comfortable back support to patrons and allows the furniture to be easily cleaned, these features and more are why the bentwood became a popular choice for Vienna’s cafes during the 1860s.
Detailed furniture, like the Bamboo Folding Chair and the Metal Wire Chair, is beautiful in design but unpractical in the commercial environment as the intricate detail will make regular cleaning time consuming.
The structure of commercial furniture should be simple, comfortable and easy to clean. Commercial chairs like the Sarah’s Solid Wood Chair, the Metal Frame Plywood Dining Chair and the Bent Metal Chair, all use a simple and comfortable design to meet the needs of any commercial space

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