Let’s go back far in time and learn how to create a colonial American room at home or in a restaurant.
While “colonial furniture” seems like a rather specific term, it actually refers to a number of styles in early American settlement from 1600 to 1800. Since the early American settlers brought few belongings along with them, they often made their own furniture, which was simple and based on English design principles. Colonial furniture includes styles from William and Mary, Queen Anne and Chippendale.
If you’re a fan of colonial styles, we have the perfect chair for your dining room or study. Fittingly named the Colonial Side Chair, this elegant piece of furniture is just the first step in your transformation to the colonial era. It’s also great for restaurants or pubs that want to emulate early American dining rooms or gathering places.
The transformation from modern to historical doesn’t mean that you have to go full-on Colonial Williamsburg without electricity or other modern amenities. However, there’s still more you can do to create a colonial ambiance for your restaurant. For your color palette, choose muted tones and natural colors along with wood trim. You can add decorations that evoke a simple, colonial feel or velvet and tapestries for a more luxurious look. Of course, don’t forget our lovely restaurant chairs!
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