Decor in a restaurant often sets the mood for the dinning experience: playful, serious, loud, calming, expressive, just to name a few. Wall decor is an important consideration in a restaurant’s ambiance. It’s what greet patrons as they wait, led to a table, and sit for the meal. Whatever design choices you make, try to be a little experimental with your wall art and not fall for the conventional. Italian restaurants often have the same type of photos of the old country on their walls. Maybe try a large watercolor painting of a woman slipping on an Italian shoe. Sounds a little odd, but I saw this at an Italian restaurant. While it caught me off guard it had wonderful colors and fit with the funky environment.
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Above a large mushroom decorates an entire wall. It adds an earthy tone to the white walls. It’s not only decoration but an art piece. You can’t really tell what it is until you get closer and examine it closely. If your restaurant specializes in a certain food or well known for a particular dish, break out one ingredient and make it into an art piece. If you make a lot of bread, take a close-up photo or painting of bread, for example, so that it looks like craters of a planet and place it on a wall.
Plumbs add color here and break up the linear space. This is a seasonal decor scheme and the art will be removed and replaced every three months to keep space updated as the seasons change.
Here are some jelly fish that decorate a small seafood restaurant.