General Hospitality Accessories
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General hospitality accessories
Which products are hospitality essentials?
If you have a hospitality based business, such as a restaurant or cafe, there are a number of hospitality accessories which we consider essentials for keeping your point of sale tidy, efficient and professional. For example, a wooden condiment holder helps to keep tables tidy and reduce the workload of waiting staff. Tented table numbers and reserved signs ensure that staff and customers can quickly identify which tables are which. Wall mounted or freestanding ashtrays are also important for keeping a tidy smoking area, particularly around pubs and bars.
Do cafes and restaurants require visual merchandising displays?
As a general rule, if you'e selling products to the public, your business will benefit from a visual merchandising display, and hospitality accessories can help. Customers are more likely to spend when they see products displayed in an attractive manner, whether that product is cake, crockery or anything else. Try presenting products bundled together on wooden display crates or ladder display shelves, and watch as your customers pay them more attention.
How can I create a cohesive decor at my point of sale?
When investing in POS display items , it is helpful to consider what kind of theme and atmosphere you are trying to achieve. Do you want a chic, modern and minimalist feel? If so, you may wish to stick to acrylic and glossy products.
On the other hand, if you want your cafe or restaurant to have a vintage or shabby chic appearance, wooden products and chalkboard can add a rustic, homely feel to your venue. Choose products made from similar materials to make sure the decor feels cohesive and comprehensive.
What signage is best for use in a cafe?
Peg letter boards and felt letter boards are popular for use in cafes and social spaces. They have a vintage quality whilst being on trend and easy to update, making them great for signage advertising lunch deals or opening hours. Wooden easels and chalkboards are often used as signage in the hospitality industry due to their vintage feel and creative potential.