We asked the question,What is the most overexposed restaurant decor trend?
Let's talk about contemporary restaurant interiors. In cities from New York to Dallas to Los Angeles, trends in food—especially the farm-to-table movement and other locavore, organic, and artisanal menu offerings—have encouraged an ironically bland sameness in restaurant interior design. Here are some style Do-Nots!
Light is no substitute for artwork, and a major mistake some owners make is lower the lights to shadow the fact that the decor is lacking.
Can you say subway station! Tile on the walls are is so 70's and not so chic. The walls surrounding your patterns enjoying your restaurant should be calming not clinical.
Space is key. When developing a style keep your measuring tape on your hip because placement of artwork has everything to do with the mood and feel of a space.
Reclaimed wood anything
Wood should be reserved for beautiful framing! If you are looking for a natural touch bold wood frames are the perfect way to feel eco chic.
Not Starting a collection
Miss matched artwork is not ironically cool. Creating a collection will make your business feel more cohesive and artwork always makes amazing conversation for patrons and employees alike.
Can you think of another ?(Let us know in the comments!)