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Restaurant interiors are bigger in Dallas, Texas

In the southern United States, food is serious business and that’s probably why Dallas, Texas is becoming a hospitality mecca. With the rise in people and companies moving into the area over the last decade, the conditions are perfect for new restaurants. However, with all the competition designers need to turn up the interior style a notch to draw customers in. Below are some of our favorite Dallas restaurants doing just that. Ida Claire Ida Claire paired with ID Studio 4 to create the epitome of shabby chic style.  With exposed wooden beams and AC ducting, this southern style restaurant gives off a warehouse feel.  Antique bird cages hanging from the ceiling and a mural of vintage plates on the wall complete the rustic vibe. But the cherry on top is the vintage Airstream resting in the outdoor area alongside outdoor furniture. Decorated like a bohemian wagon, this converted camper allows for more private dining. Gung Ho Gung Ho is the brainchild of 8020 Hospitality and is a elegant yet funky American-Chinese late-night dining venue …

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How to make a Wedding Reception a party

Following the formalities of the wedding ceremony and after the bridal party have finished posing for the camera, everyone comes back together again for the wedding reception.  A reception is a massive party, giving everybody the chance to put on their dancing shoes and celebrate the occasion.  As such, the furniture one selects should express the joy and be perfect for all times of the night. Dinner Chairs Enjoying a delicious meal with friends and loved ones is one of the best highlights of any wedding. The chairs selected help set the mood, so don’t get stuck with outdated covers over ugly chairs. Our favourite new wedding trend is retro style rattan. The ultra-versatile look is perfect for the casual couple who dreams of a coastal atmosphere. Try the Yvette Paris Chairs for guests and have the bride and groom stand out with bold Peacock Chairs seated at the Hairpin Dining Table. Cocktail A cocktail section in a venue is a perfect mingling area for guests to meet before and after the dinner. Follow the same style …

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Say goodbye to ugly Wedding Ceremony Chairs

Wedding ceremonies are as unique as the bride and groom. Wedding ceremony chairs are used for these joyous occasions should represent the couple’s individuality and there is no greater way of showcasing style at a ceremony than guest chairs. Gone are the days of ugly out-dated banquet chairs and in are chairs that set the atmosphere. Looking for wedding furniture inspiration? Look no further! Furniture Trends: Tropical Bohemian Weddings no longer have to be on the beach to exude those beachy vibes brides long for. Any location can transform into a tropical paradise with the right wedding ceremony chairs. A prime example is the Director Folding Chairs. The chairs are the perfect mix of old school glamour and summer ambiance. And they manage to be as practical as they are stylish, since they fold it makes for easy transportation and quick set up. Countryside Rustic Rustic style weddings have dominated the industry the last few years they’re still rising in popularity. If you’re after a chair to embody that rustic, down to earth atmosphere then look …

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Autumn, Spice and Everything Nice

When the chai’s are brewing and the wine’s a’pourin – it’s time to invest in some autumn inspired furniture pieces to warm up your dining atmosphere.    Yes, autumn is long gone and winter has well and truly settled in. But we can’t get over the warm feeling of those autumn tones that just look incredible as the colour palette for your cafe or restaurant. Inspired by creamy vegetable like carrots, sweet potato, and butternut pumpkins, these orangey tones work to create the perfect environment to slowly sip on a toasty coffee or mulled wine and soak in the winter air. Such tones not only create warmth and coziness, but they are also closely affiliated with 70’s vibes and eclectic decor. Whenever medium to dark wood is paired with buttery orange tones, it’s a recipe for success – and your customers will feel as though they’ve taken a step back in time to when pants were flared and hair was long. Many of our new product additions to the cafe chair range feature these autumn-ey tones and …

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Bohemian vibes for your interiors

Think crochet and lace, leather goods, trinkets, gems, and oodles of indigo. Bohemian decor is an iconic trademark of 2016 and can be incorporated into your retail space, cafe, restaurant, or home. The beauty of bohemian decor lies in the attention to detail and the love of texture and individual pieces that hold a unique story. Hailing from places like Mexico, North and South America, as well as Turkey and India, bohemian detailing comes in many styles — from the hippi-est of hippy, to the soft and rustic elements of Scandinavian design. Let’s head to India… …where culture is rich and colour is plentiful. Incorporating an Indian-inspired bohemian look to your interior space involves much less effort than what you may initially think. Opt for accent colours like red and orange by adding a simple cloth garland to your room, not as a feature, but rather as a slight adornment that will catch the light and brighten up the space. Beaded features like wall hangings or door tassels will also bring a touch of colour …