Best Interior Decorating Secrets for Indian Restaurants

  Indian cuisine is original, unique and diverse. Therefore, the interest in it is systematically growing. Indian restaurants allow guests to feel the atmosphere of the Orient. They differ significantly depending on whether the decor is traditional or modern, the restaurant owner’s taste, and which region of India is reflected by the cuisine. The architectural industry offers an appropriate modernisation and arrangement of interiors to meet the owner’s needs and customer’s expectations. An example of a demanding project is the renovation of the interior of an Indian restaurant.

Dining Room Equipment

  Because Indian cuisine is very diverse, the character of the interior largely depends on which region of India it is reflected. Therefore, the appearance of an Indian restaurant can also vary from modern to a classic interior. Most of the restaurants use colours characteristic of this country, such as:

  • red
  • gold
  • bile
  • brown
  • fuchsia

  There are also places where purple is the dominant colour. This restaurant equipment is typical for gastronomic points. They have chairs and tables, although their appearance can be pretty specific. In Indian restaurants, there are usually also long countertops with bar stools serving as a bar. This element is generally very minimalist so that it does not disturb the decor of the entire restaurant. However, accessories and decorations are typical elements. What distinguishes Indian restaurants are specific sculptures placed in the restaurant and unique wall graphics reminiscent of the Orient.

Furniture in Colonial Style 

  The colonial style of furniture is a classic form combined with exotic ornaments. Colonial furniture is European elegance and Indian craftsmanship characteristics. They are made of various types of exotic wood. The current trends talk about dark colours that perfectly fit into restaurant interiors. Indian furniture made today is deliberately aged, which is the desired effect among European customers. Cracks, slight unevenness, shabby and signs of the times on the wood testify to its history and longevity. Finishing elements such as fillers, nails, and lamellas are typical hallmarks of hand-made and thus of the entire colonial style. 

  Colonial furniture is usually dark or reddish. In addition, such furniture, especially armchairs and sometimes chairs, very often has leather upholstery. They give the interior a unique look. Each hand-made model is different and unique, which perfectly highlights the oriental character of the restaurant and adds to its charm. A typical element is specific carvings, often containing plant motifs that fit the oriental style. More modern Indian restaurants often decide to break this traditional colonial decor with more modern furniture, i.e. they combine a classic table and modern, minimalist chairs. However, it is crucial to maintain the character, which is a unique feature of an oriental restaurant, and remember to keep the appropriate colours when changing the style of the furniture.

Solid Wood Furniture

  For solid wood furniture to be elegant and durable, it must be made of high-quality exotic wood such as solid Indian rosewood, mahogany, mango and Suar, or other species worldwide. It is worth noting that each species is different – they have their unique pattern of rings and differ in the contrast of markers. Therefore, all the wooden furniture is different from each other. The uniqueness of wooden furniture is something worth showing in Indian restaurant interiors.