FORGOT YOUR DETAILS?

Restaurant Design Trends

Friday, 01 April 2016 by
Guests expect a particular experience in a restaurant, making every detail important no matter how big or small. There is a lot more to the experience than great food and service. The restaurant design should provide a warm, comfortable and inviting space to keep guests coming back again and again. Interior designers have to balance
BACKGROUND: Ham’s restaurants first opened its doors in 1935 and quickly became a staple in many North Carolina and Virginia communites, providing great food and fun times for the entire family.  Today, Ham’s has remained true to that vision while also serving up an expanded menu featuring delicious food from bison burgers to fish tacos
Texture can add depth and add an interesting element to design.  One of the more popular textural patterns for use in industrial, retail, and even rustic designs is diamond or checker plate.Diamond plate was first used in the middle of the 20th century by military and industrial clients for practical purposes like providing traction on
SITUATION: On Battleground Avenue in Greensboro, North Carolina, there’s a burger skirmish going on. Not between competitors but within an imaginative new concept restaurant named Burger Warfare.  The dining establishment is a Wall E meets Terminator type of place, where giant robots greet customers and digital camo covers the walls. Part future, part past, it’s
TOP