3 Tips On creating Great Dining With Cafe Tables and Chairs

If you want to become a front-runner in the cafe industry it’s important to consider how to create a pleasant ambience in your cafe design. Good food, good layout, and the right furniture all contribute to standing your cafe out and making a wonderful experience which will see customers coming back for more.

From planning just the right seating layout of a cafe to creating a captivating interior, a lot of time and thought has usually gone into the planning of a successful cafe venture. This investment in your time is well worth it as modern-day diners go to cafes to spend quality time with families and friends and well as to savour delicious coffee and yummy snacks. Consider the following 3 tips to make your cafe the ‘go to cafe in town’.

1# Well planned convenient cafe seating area

Getting your layout right is crucial to the bottom line of your cafe business. The seating area defines both the comfort and privacy of your customers and that’s where the significance of good quality cafe tables and chairs comes in. A few of the ways customers perceive whether a layout is well designed are the size and style of your tables and chairs, how comfortable seating is over a longer period of time, how flexible the space is, and how attractive the dining area is overall. The style and material of your cafe furniture is one element which can make or break the ambience of your cafe. While there is a place for plastic chairs and tables, a customer entering a quality cafe would expect to find stylish tub chairs, booth seating, Bentwood or Tolix chairs, and perhaps the odd sofa or two thrown in.

2# Great looking outdoor spaces

Does your cafe have an outside area that is underused and underestimated? Why not consider optimising the potential of this area by sprucing it up with some fabulous furniture and a dazzling design? If there are a jumble of faded, patterned tables and chairs which don’t do justice to your outdoor dining space, then it’s time to get rid of them. Replace your furniture with some innovative designs in tables and chairs. There are lots of premium designs in polypropylene, rattan, and aluminium which are lightweight and designed specifically for an outdoor area. You’ll be surprised what you can create with laminate table tops designed to look like granite or real wood and paired with colourful replica designer chairs that are sure to turn heads. Throw in some parasols for shade and some green foliage, and customers will feel relaxed and stress-free.

3# Smarter ways to revamp problem areas

While cramming your dining space with as many tables and chairs as you can gives you the ability to cater for more covers, in reality, it often has quite the opposite effect. Have you ever been to a cafe where the tables are so close to each other that not only is it impossible to move freely between tables but you can hear every word of the conversation the people sitting there are having? If you crowd 4 people around a table intended for two or six people into a booth for 4, they’ll feel uncomfortable and even if you do serve the best coffee, they’re unlikely to come back. Instead consider what might be your problem areas such as tables too close to the toilets, a noisy kitchen, or an entrance way that’s too cold. Focus on placing the right size and style of furniture in the right size of space. For instance, a tiny recess with a small bistro table and 2 chairs plus a candle on the table can create a romantic space for couples looking for some privacy.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re running a tiny coffee shop or an upmarket restaurant, what matters most is giving your customers a positive experience which turns them into loyal customers who visit time and time again.

At Cafe Furniture Melbourne we stock a wide range of top quality cafe furniture in styles, sizes, shapes, materials and colours to create just the cafe ambience you’re after.

Buying New Cafe Furniture? Mistakes To Be Aware Of

Furnishing your new cafe can be exciting and daunting, all at the same time. After all, it’s not quite the same as buying a sofa for your lounge or a dining room table. We’ve put together a few common mistakes that people make when buying cafe furniture to help you get it right.

Not spending enough time planning

It’s easy to land on a furniture website and simply click on the items you like without taking into full consideration whether you have enough floor space, where it’s going to be placed, and how your dining space will flow. Other considerations include durability, whether or not it fits your cafe’s image, and, of course, your budget. Be sure to spend sufficient time in the planning so that when you come to make your purchase you know exactly how much furniture you can comfortably fit into your dining area.

Not considering the spacial needs of your customers

Cramming in too many tables and chairs is a common problem for cafe owners and comes out of their wish to accommodate as many people as possible at any one time. While we totally get this, it’s important to place yourself in your customer’s shoes. Would you want to sit that close to the person on the next table that you can hear everything he or she is saying? Do you want to have to breath in simply to get to your table and sit down? You need to leave at least 45cm between chairs and allow for there to be sufficient space for waiting staff and other customers to move freely between tables.

Not getting your measurements right

When measuring your cafe’s floor space, do it once and then do it a couple more times. It’s infuriating to order several tables and then find out that you can’t fit them in as you’d planned. Instead we suggest that having measured your floor space you then take a note of the measurements of the furniture that you’re interested in. Sketch out a floor plan on a piece of paper and using the dimensions work out the best layout.

Not considering your customers’ needs

Your choice of furniture may suit you but remember it’s not about you, it’s about your customers. Consider the demographics of your potential customers and choose your furniture accordingly. For example, if your cafe is likely to attract older, retired people then choose chairs and sofas which are comfortable and allow them to sit a little longer. If on the other hand, your customers are young business people looking to get in and out as quickly as possible, then look for furniture that’s more suited to a fast turnaround, such as tall bar stools behind counters, or bistro tables and stools.

Every cafe will have its own special requirements based on the image you’re trying to get across and it’s always possible to create the right ambience with the careful choice of colours and textures.

Where to buy cafe furniture

At Cafe Furniture Melbourne we’ve got a wide selection of cafe furniture in an assortment of materials, styles, size and colours. Why not browse our online store or visit our showroom to try it out for yourself?

Which Material Is Best For Outside Cafe Furniture?

Whether it’s a cafe, bistro, or bar, when the sun’s shining customers want to sit outdoors and enjoy it.

Tips for outside furniture

If you have some space outside then it makes sense to create an area where customers can sit with a drink and food. Not only does this help to increase revenue with more covers, but it also draws attention to your cafe or bar, and an attractive outdoor terrace will attract passing business too.

Having the right outdoor furniture is particularly important especially with the harsh Australian climate, which leads into the tricky question of which material is the best for outdoor use?

To give you a better idea, we’ve put together the advantages of the 4 main materials: wood, metal, rattan, and plastic.

Wooden furniture for outdoors

Typically associated with urban cafes that are known for their wooden benches and tables, wood is a rustic, versatile, and attractive choice. The downside of wooden furniture is the maintenance required to keep it looking in good condition. Fading, cracking, and rotting is common in areas that experience extremities of hot and rainy conditions, which is why we tend to encourage our customers to consider wood effect furniture instead.

Metal furniture and seating

Out of all types of cafe furniture, metal is probably one of the most popular choices. Metal chairs and tables are adept at withstanding hot summers and prolonged wet weather. Stainless steel and aluminium are also very strong, durable, and light enough to move around with ease, so they can be easily rearranged by your staff or your customers. They can also be stored away conveniently for the winter months and won’t take up too much space.

Plastic furniture for commercial use

Made from a type of plastic resin called polypropylene this sort of furniture is completely weather resistant and durable. It comes in a wide range of styles and colours, so you can really let your imagination flow and create an outdoor dining space that’s unique to your cafe. Best of all, the only maintenance required is a quick wipeover with a damp cloth.

Plastic chairs were often regarded as cheap alternatives but with newly improved materials and a vast range of innovative styles, they’ve taken outdoor dining to new levels. Since plastic furniture is typically less expensive than other types, it could be a good choice if your budget is low.

Rattan furniture

Rattan furniture was traditionally made from palms woven together but nowadays the tendency is for rattan furniture to be made from plastic or nylon rattan, often with steel frames that have been finished to look like cane. Just as charming in appearance as traditional rattan, modern day rattan furniture is both durable, weather resistant, and easy to maintain.

If you’re looking for outdoor cafe furniture then at Cafe Chairs Melbourne we have a wide range to choose from. Why not browse our online store or visit our showroom for inspiration.

Tips On Choosing The Right Cafe Tables

While cafe tables play an important role in the aesthetics of your cafe’s dining space, it’s equally important that they’re both practical and functional. With so many table tops to choose from, making the right decision can be tricky so we’ve put together some tips to guide you.

Size

Before you can start looking at cafe tables it’s important that you know what size table tops you need. Most table top ranges are offered in a variety of sizes and shapes and it may be that one size will suffice throughout your cafe or you may find that a mixture of table shapes and sizes works best for your space.

Typically 70omm or 800mm square table tops are the most versatile since they accommodate 1 to 4 people and if you have a larger group of people wanting to sit together, you can push the tables together to make one large table. 600mm table tops are also very useful since they’re small and conmpact and can help you maximise your floors space in order to increase your seating capacity. This table top size can accommodate 1 to 2 people and slots easily into tight corners or small recesses. They also help avoid the problem of 1 or 2 people taking up a table that’s intended for 4 people.

Table bases

Our table tops fit on to most table bases (allowing you to create a custom table) but if you’re in need of new table bases then we stock these too. Typically a table base with a central pole makes a good choice since there’s more room to push the chairs in under the table so that it’s easier for customers and waiting staff to make their way in between tables, but we do have other styles to choose from too.

Table packages

If you’re starting out from scratch or working to a tight budget, then our table packages which include a top and base, are a more affordable option.

Materials

Generally speaking there are two main types of table top and these are solid tops, which are made from hardwood, or particle board which is faced wth either laminate, melamine, or veneer. This latter option is cheaper but it’s in no way inferior. In fact, due to innovative technologies offered by companies such as Isotop and Werzalit, these tops are extremely durable and will last for years. In addition, they look just like real wood or granite (or whatever material they’re trying to imitate) and cost a fraction of the real thing.

Functionality

Any thriving cafe needs table tops that are heat and stain resistant and which can be wiped down quickly in between customers. Laminate table tops fit this brief and are also weather resistant so that they can be used outdoors all year round too. All that’s needed to keep these table tops looking pristine is a wipe down with a damp close and non-abrasive cleaning solution.

Colour

Having settled on your table top size and material all that’s left is to choose a colour or pattern. This will depend on your décor and or theme. Some cafe owners like to match their table tops to existing fittings whereas others prefer to choose a pattern or colour that complements their décor. White table tops or light timber are a good choice if your dining space is small as they will make it look larger and you can always add a pop of colour with some brightly coloured cafe chairs. Jet black tables always look sleek and stylish and can be paired with black or white chairs for an elegant, yet modern look. If your cafe is more traditional, then you might prefer to choose dark wood table tops paired with ladder back or bentwood chairs for a look that’s cosy and inviting.

Here at Cafe Furniture Melbourne we have a large range of cafe table tops, table bases, table packages, and chairs to help you fit out your cafe space. All of our furniture is for commercial use and priced extremely competitively. Why not browse our online store, download our furniture catalogue for future reference, or visit our showroom to take a closer look at what we have to offer. We’d love to see you there!

Top Tips For Buying Outdoor Cafe Furniture

With summer in full swing here in Melbourne outdoor terraces and spaces beckon so if you don’t have one then you’re really missing a trick. Setting up an outdoor dining space for your cafe doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg and the rise in sales should soon offset this initial cost.

People love to dine al fresco or even just sit with a drink watching the world go by, and provided it’s a clean and comfortable space it doesn’t matter when it’s just a pavement area, a small courtyard, or an expansive terrace. Buying outdoor cafe furniture is pretty much the same as when buying for the interior but there are a few different points to consider. We’ve put together some of our top tips to help you set up your outdoor dining area.

Consider your weather

Melbourne weather is known to be fickle and it’s not uncommon to experience all of its seasons in one day meaning it can be pouring with rain one moment and warm and sunny the next. When buying furniture for outdoors your choice of material is important. For example wood can splinter and crack in hot dry conditions and high winds can send aluminium chairs flying. High moisture can also play havoc with wicker. One of the best choices in our opinion for Melbourne weather has to be polypropylene which can withstand practically anything the weather throws at it. Nowadays this type of plastic furniture comes in all sorts of fun and stylish designs and in all colours of the rainbow, so you’re sure to find something that takes your fancy. It’s weatherproof, stackable, and easy to wipe clean so perfect for outdoor dining.

Measure your space

The size and shape of your space is likely to determine the size of your furniture and deciding how much you need can be worked out pretty much the same way as for indoors. Be sure to allow sufficient room for people to move their chairs out without bumping into another customer and for any staff to be able to move freely in between tables. Bar tables work well in spaces which are small and narrow and bar stools also take up less space than chairs. Alternatively you may want to consider small 600mm tables which can be squeezed into tight corners and small spaces without cramping your customers.

Provide shade

If your outdoor dining space is in an uncovered area then be sure to have parasols in place or erect an overhead canopy or awning to keep the sun off your customers when the sun is beaming down on them.

Are you sitting comfortably?

Finally ensure your customers are sitting comfortably as this will encourage them to stay longer and order more drinks (hopefully). In any event it goes a long way to making their experience a good one and could turn them into repeat customers. Nothing is worse than sitting on a hard uncomfortable chair so make use of seat cushions which can be easily tied on and removed for washing when necessary.

At Cafe Furniture Melbourne we have an extensive range of affordably priced outdoor chairs and tables for your cafe dining space. Some are suitable for indoor/outdoor use which makes for an even more cost effective solution. Why not browse our online store or drop by our showroom in Campbellfield to try it out for yourself.

3 Things To Consider Before Buying New Cafe Furniture

Starting up a new cafe is hectic to say the least. What with staffing, menus, suppliers, and inspections, plus an ever growing ‘to do’ list, it can be easy to lose track of all that needs doing. Even with the logistics to figure out, it’s vital that you keep your cafe design in mind along with your budget. The look of your cafe’s interior space is one that will make the first impression on your customers, so combine that with delicious coffee and a tasty menu, and it can turn a customer experience from good to fantastic!

We’ve put together 3 tips to consider before rushing out and buying the first items of cafe furniture that take you eye.

1. Design and theme

When it comes to your cafe design consistency is the name of the game otherwise your customers will fail to get your brand and be confused about what it is you’re offering. When choosing your new furniture bear in mind your overall theme and consider such things as the type of clientele you are expecting to attract, the sort of food you’re serving, the perceived length of stay, pricing, uniforms etc. If you’re not that clued up on interior design, it’s OK to keep things neutral and pick out one or two accent colours which define your brand. Keeping all things coherent and consistent will help to build your brand.

2. Sitting comfortably

In order for your customers to have a good experience they need to be sitting comfortably. Comfort can be measured by the length of stay and this can determine your choice of seating. If your cafe is busiest on the take-away side, then you can probably get away with metal or plastic chairs which allow for a quick-serve style without impacting too much on customer comfort. If you’re more of an upmarket cafe, then not providing upholstered chairs could prevent customers from staying longer and ordering another round of drinks or slice of cake with their coffee.

Do also bear in mind the layout and functionality of your dining space. While understandably you want to maximise your floor space to accommodate more customers, too many booths or tables can make a space feel cramped and noisy. Families are likely to appreciate more room for high chairs and pushchairs whereas younger customers would prefer functioning technology at their table.

3. Durability and maintenance

You may be tempted to buy cheaper furniture and put your savings into other areas of business but this is likely to cost you more money in the long run. Commercial furniture is the only type to consider for hospitality ventures and while it costs more than residential furniture, it’s more durable and easy to maintain. Also bear in mind the upkeep that your furniture may require. While upholstered cushions may look pretty, they’re not that practical since you have to remove and wash them on a regular basis. Instead seek out cafe furniture with vinyl upholstery which can be left insitu and easily wiped down if a spillage occurs. Also think about table tops that are heat, scratch, and stain resistant thus avoiding the need for table cloths which will need regular laundering.

At Cafe furniture Melbourne we stock an extensive range of commercial cafe furniture in styles, colurs, and materials to suit all tastes and budgets. Why not browse our online store for inspiration or visit our showroom in Campbellfield to see our products first hand.

What Colours Should You Use In Your Cafe or restaurant?

Whether you’re looking to give your cafe or restaurant a makeover, or starting out from scratch, it can be quite daunting when it comes to choosing a colour scheme. Did you know for example, that colour plays an important role in the psychology of food? In fact, it’s amazing how much colour affects a person’s appetite. If you’re keen to encourage your customers to linger longer and eat more food, then you might want to read on to find out which colours to use and which to avoid at all costs.

Grey

Grey is definitely a big no no! Let’s face it have you even seen a plate of greyish food that looks appetising? Grey is definitely not a colour to paint your interior walls.

Black

According to the experts black is a colour that can diminish a person’s appetite. It’s a great colour to make one look slimmer but its not a colour that when used on cafe walls is likely to stimulate anyone’s appetite.

Brown

Brown is another colour that does little for a person’s appetite. We seem to be following a bit of a pattern with dark colours! In fact many people associate the colour brown with food that is overdone or burnt. Although they may think of bread or other baked goods, this isn’t necessarily associated with appetite.

Purple

Purple isn’t a common food colour and those foods that are purple, such as aubergines, red onions, and red cabbage, aren’t necessarily that popular with many people. Because they don’t find these foods very tasty, purple isn’t a colour that makes everyone drool.

Blue

Blue is a colour that is associated with relaxation and calmness and is probably a better choice for bathrooms and bedrooms, where relaxation is key. People who are extremely relaxed are more likely to want to sleep than they are to order a slice of cake.

Turquoise

Turquoise which is somewhat brighter than blue is supposed to stimulate the appetite. It’s associated with feeling happy and carefree. It’s also the colour of tropical oceans and is often used for dessert plates. A person who feels full after dinner is still likely to eat a dessert when presented on a turquoise plate.

Green

Green is a colour that screams out with healthiness. Salads are full of green leaves and herbs and natural products are often packaged in green. Many people like the colour green and associate it with abundance. Green is definitely a good colour to promote healthy eating.

Yellow

Yellow is a bright cheery colour that has the ability to life one’s mood and make you feel happy. When people are feeling happy they’re more likely to want to eat than if they’re feeling miserable. Thus yellow is a great colour to include somewhere in your décor.

Orange

Orange is a colour which acts as a stimulant for the brain, increases brain activity, and often causes a person to feel hungry. There are plenty of healthy foods associated with the colour too, such as butternut squash, oranges, carrots, and pumpkins. It’s a warm welcoming colour and when people feel welcome somewhere they’re more likely to want to eat.

Red

This fiery colour raises a person’s blood pressure and heart rate and causes them to feel hungry. This is the reason that many cafes and restaurants use red table cloths or accents of red around the room.

Of course not everyone feels the same way about these colours so don’t take this guide too seriously. At Cafe Furniture Melbourne our cafe furniture comes in a plethora of colours so whatever mood you’re hoping to evoke with colour, you’re sure to find it in our store.

Lighting Considerations For Your New Cafe

When you open a new cafe there are a heap of factors to consider. Besides décor and furniture, plus a great menu with plenty of variety, another element to add to the list is that of lighting. Often lighting is forgotten about at the start of planning when really you need to factor it in right away so that it works beautifully within your design once you open up for business. We’ve put together some cafe lighting basics to help ensure your customers have the best experience from the get-go.

When it comes to cafe lighting there are 3 categories which you need to include and these are ambient, task, and accent lighting. So let’s take a closer look at what each of these terms means and how they can be used to best effect in your cafe design.

Ambient lighting

Typically ambient is the first style of lighting that a person is likely to notice when they enter your cafe. It refers to the overall lighting used throughout the premises. How bright you have this lighting depends on the type of mood or ambience that you’re trying to create. Generally speaking most cafe owner’s are trying to create an ambience that is welcoming and sufficiently bright so that people can see what they’re eating without being dazzled. If on the other hand you’re trying to create an atmosphere that is more romantic, then you might want to choose lighting that is less bright or that can be easily dimmed. You might want to consider a large chandelier for your ambient lighting which will also add as a decorative feature.

Task lighting

Task lighting refers to lighting which is being used to target a specific area or areas which need more light in order for customers to focus on important tasks such as reading the menu or selecting cutlery and condiments from a buffet station. Often this is accomplished by using rows of pendant lights which hang low over a dining area or by placing small table lamps on individual tables. Pendant lights can be suspended at different heights to create more of a focal interest too or you might even want to make use of Edison bulbs which are very much on trend right now.

Accent lighting

Accent lighting is also important and is a way of drawing attention to certain areas in your cafe such as a blackboard menu or a fabulous piece of artwork. Wall sconces placed in recesses are a great form of accent lighting and will contribute to the overall feel of your cafe’s interior.

Finally it’s a good idea to consider light dimmers which are a quick and easy way of making the transition from day to night time. If you open to customers in the evening then dimmed lights make your space feel more intimate and if you use LED lights then you can save money in the long run too.

Here at Cafe Furniture Melbourne we stock pendant lights as well as an extensive range of gorgeous cafe furniture to add to your customer’s experience. Why not browse our online store or visit our showroom to see our products first hand. You’ll be assured of a warm welcome.

Tips On Creating A Welcoming Cafe Space

If you stop and ask yourself why you keep returning to the same cafe then chances are it’s because it’s welcoming and inviting and you feel comfortable there. When you’re creating a cafe space that allows people to feel relaxed in their surroundings then it’s not just about serving a good cup of coffee. In fact we consider it to be more about injecting a touch of your personality and offering various options to suit your target clientele.

We’ve put together some tips to help you create a space that feels welcoming and that your customers will want to recommend to their friends. So, let’s dive in and take a look.

Who is your customer?

Knowing your customer base impacts greatly on the way in which you can make your cafe more appealing. If you have an older clientele then you might want to make it feel cosy by sticking to more of a neutral colour palette with plenty of soft furnishings. Your seating needs to be practical for them and comfortable too. Remember low seating is difficult to get in and out of, and metal seats can feel very hard after sitting still for a period of time.

If on the other hand you’re bang in the centre, then you need to cater for people who are likely to be rushing in and out quickly to grab breakfast or lunch, or who want a drink and a snack on the go. Make sure you have plenty of room for people to queue and that the area flows smoothly.

Lighting

Another element which will make your cafe feel welcoming or dingy is your choice of lighting. If your cafe space is more about relaxation and customers lingering over their drinks, then keep your lighting softer to make the area feel relaxed. You might want to use wall sconces or pendant lights which dangle intimately over each table. You could also use lighting which you can dim according to the time of day. If on the other hand customers are popping in and out all day then you need more practical, bright light which allows them to see clearly what your menu offers and enables them to make a quick decision.

Furniture

When choosing cafe furniture make sure that it’s practical and functional for your environment but also looks attractive. Try and stick to your theme or concept and you should have a clearer idea of the type of furniture that best works for you. From soft comfortable tub chairs to simplistic wooden chairs grouped around communal tables, if your customers are looking for a place to work or are just popping in for a quick coffee, try to adapt your seating to take into account the reason for your customers being in your cafe in the first place.

If you’re looking for new cafe furniture then we stock a wide range of tables, chairs, and stools to suit all tastes and budgets. We’re always adding new stock and taking note of what’s trending. So we’re bang up to the minute with our products.

Handy Tips On Choosing Cafe Furniture

Whether you’re starting up a new cafe or updating an existing one, choosing your cafe furniture is paramount to the success of your business. As exciting as choosing new cafe furniture may sound, it’s way more challenging than say, choosing a new sofa for your lounge. In fact, with cafe trends constantly changing and the task of creating both the right ambience and appearance to reflect your brand playing such as important role, the task of choosing cafe furniture can seem very daunting. We thought we’d put together a few handy tips to help steer you on the right path when purchasing cafe furniture. So, let’s dive straight in.

Create an experience

Most cafe goers are looking for new experiences, so it’s up to you to decide what experience you’d like your customers to have. It could be that you want to wow them with furniture that looks amazing and feels so comfortable that they linger longer and, hopefully, order extra food and drinks along the way. In this instance you might want to consider chairs with padded seat cushions and arm rests, and even throw in the odd tub chair or two.

If on the other hand, you’re looking for fast volume and quick turnaround then a better option could be communal tables with stools or side chairs placed around them, allowing for customers to take a seat quickly and easily as one becomes available.

Theming

Take the time to consider your theme. Are you looking for minimalist, retro, industrial, or homely. Understanding your chosen theme will ultimately help in your choice of colour, style, materials and help create both the appearance and the right ambience so that everything works cohesively together and your customers totally get what you’re about. For example, high ceilings and large spaces lend themselves well to an industrial theme with metal being an obvious choice of material to incorporate into your design. Large communal tables work well in this theme with stools placed around them allowing you to seat more customers. Tolix stools fit well into this design as do our hairpin stools or our cargo stools. Alternatively, why not opt for stainless steel tabletops paired with black metal chairs for a look that is crisp and sharp.

If you’re after creating an atmosphere that feels warm and homely, then timber table tops and chairs are a good choice. Old favourites such as bentwood and ladderback chairs create a timeless look and you can add warmth by using some rich dark colours on your walls. Use plenty of mirrors and chandeliers to bounce the light around.

Environment

Finally, consider whether your furniture is just for indoor use or do you want to be able to use it on an outdoor patio too. Furniture for outdoor use needs to be able to withstand the harsh Australian climate so make sure that it is weatherproof and UV treated. Polypropylene is one of the best materials for outdoor use since it’s light and easy to move around, won’t crack or rot in the heat or the rain, and in most cases is stackable, making for convenient storage. What’s more polypropylene chairs come in a rainbow of colours and designer options, so you can easily create a stunning dining area on a relatively low budget.

Here at Cafe Furniture Melbourne we stock a wide range of cafe furniture to suit all tastes and budgets so you’re sure to find just what you’re looking for. Why not browse our online store for inspiration or drop by our showrooms in Campbellfield or Dandenong to see it first hand. If you need any help with choosing your cafe furniture then just give us a call on 03 9357 9688 and we’ll be happy to assist in whatever way we can.