“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” ― Virginia Woolf. In addition to the importance of the quality, flavour and presentation of the food, diners are looking for a comfortable and stylish experience. Not just in the ambience, the music and the service, one of our most basic human needs is to be physically comfortable. People have little tolerance for wobbly chairs and tables, lacklustre upholstery and inadequate support for their back and arms while they sit to enjoy a meal. It takes... Read More
Back in 2017, Hill Cross Furniture started discussions about a secret Luxury project that was starting to take place in Ripon, North Yorkshire. The brief was for luxury, and the sky was the limit. After many discussions, and as the design brief unfolded, the Grantley Hall project started to take shape as a stunningly beautiful country retreat and spa for the elite, based in the heart of ‘God’s own County’ – Yorkshire.
It is important before choosing the size of your restaurant tables, that you take into consideration table height, customer size, seat numbers and the area between the tables. The following factors will help you choose the correct table sizes for your restaurant.
The Excalibur collection pairs solid curves with elegance – a delicate balance which has been achieved through careful and purposeful design. The range of finishes ensures that this range is suitable for a host of environments
Farmhouse styled furniture has become popular in hospitality interiors recently, largely due to the phenomenon of casual dining. Historically the style was reserved for pubs and country clubs but the laid-back aesthetic of farmhouse furniture which is steeped in history, perfectly fits the eclectic nature of contemporary restaurants and bars. Farmhouse chairs specifically, mix well with industrial themed pieces and due to them being made in full from solid wood’s such as ash or beech, they can be painted or stained to match many themes. Bold RAL colours... Read More