Choosing your restaurant tables in Sydney can be a challenge given the huge variety of tables to choose from. The best results, however, always come from choosing commercial-grade furniture right from the start to withstand the frequent usage and demands of a busy establishment.
Benefits of using commercial-grade tables
Commercial-grade tables are manufactured in a different way from residential tables. They are built to be sturdy and versatile, catering for every space. They can resist wear and retain their pristine appearance thanks to their superior construction. Most importantly, purchasing commercial-grade tables minimises maintenance requirements in restaurant environments. Many commercial tables are resistant to wear, non-corrosive, and strong because of their high-end materials, laminate and UV treated surfaces.
How to choose commercial restaurant tables in Sydney
Depending on their intended use and customer preferences, it’s important to choose the right type of restaurant tables and chairs. Typically, this type of furniture is intended to offer first-class quality and stability for heavy-duty installations. They meet certain guidelines and international standards in regard to strength and durability. Before making any purchase, we recommend you read the following steps.
Assess your restaurant’s requirements
Before beginning your search for restaurant tables take some time to consider your available space, your customer demographics, and the volume of traffic. Having answered these questions, you’ll be in a better position to choose suitable table and chair designs. You also need to consider the layout of your restaurant, particularly if you’re starting out from scratch.
We always recommend making a floor plan using graph paper. This way you can play around with your design until you come up with one you really like and that maximises your floor space. Speaking of maximising floor space, we encourage our customers to make use of our 600mm tables. These are useful in tight corners or small recesses and when paired with a couple of chairs and a candle on the table, make an intimate dining area for two.
Choosing the right material
Choosing the right material not only ensures durability but also helps to reduce the amount of maintenance that’s needed. Some of the options we provide include timber for a look that’s warm, cosy, and classy, metal for durability, and polypropylene for versatility. Each type of material has its own pros and cons, depending on your clientele.
Restaurant tables in Sydney – find your style
Since your restaurant tables are likely to take up the most space in your restaurant, it’s important that they make a good first impression. Wood is a classic choice and comes in many different finishes from light Scandi style to deep, rich walnut making it easy to match with most decors. Of course, there are intricate designs and modern minimalist but whichever you choose, do make sure that it matches your theme or vibe.
Find the perfect size
When investing in commercial-grade tables there are plenty of sizes and shapes to choose from. Our tabletops are available in 600mm, 700mm, and 800mm as well as a larger size of 800mm by 1200mm which accommodates a small group. We also stock communal dining tables for larger groups.
You may find it more beneficial to have a variety of sizes as this enables you to allocate tables and avoid wastage. For instance, seating a single person on a table intended for 4 effectively puts 3 covers out of action for a period of time. Instead, why not use a few 600mm tables which will accommodate single diners and couples. Alternatively, communal tables are a great idea for solo diners who are happy to sit and socialise with other like-minded diners. Rather than invest in communal tables, you can, of course, push square tables together to create larger tables when necessary.
So, now you know how to choose restaurant tables in Sydney, why not head over to our online store where you can view our tables and chairs. Even better, why not pay a visit to our Sydney showroom where you can view our furniture up close and try it out for size.