A great traditional pub charms patrons with just its aesthetics alone. Choosing the right traditional furniture to achieve an enchanting pub look and feel is very important. Period faithful pub chairs, bar stools, beer stein mugs, and other rustic-themed decorations add up to complete an aesthetic that gives patrons the pub experience they are thirsting for.
Choosing Traditional Furniture for Your Pub
We have prepared a list of tips and tricks in selecting the right furniture for your traditional pub. Follow these tips and tricks to win over the hearts of your patrons by creating a pub with rustic charm and beauty.
Consistency is Key
All your furniture should have only one theme. Having furniture from different eras of style will fail to give a pub one look and feel. Having one theme, a cohesive color scheme and matching furniture will evoke a warm feeling in all your patrons. This will make them want to come back every chance they get.
Pick Durable Pieces of Furniture
Purchase durable furniture not just for longevity, but because durable, rustic furniture comes with a soul that adds to the look of your pub. Also, tipsy patrons are not the most careful people and durable things will tend to serve your pub for a longer time.
Local, Custom Furniture Makers Are Your Friends
You have probably looked at several online catalogs of traditional furniture, and you probably have your eye on several pieces of furniture that you plan to purchase. The only problem is this type of furniture often costs a lot, and shipping can also be expensive. Forego the extra expenses and save a lot of money by consulting with local furniture makers in your locale. Show these local makers pictures of furniture you plan to buy online. Save a considerable amount of money for the same if not better quality furniture through local custom furniture makers.
The Little Things Tie the Place Together
Décor on the walls, traditional pub utensils, and rustic bar taps will complete the look of any traditional pub. Be creative and source a lot of rustic knick-knacks, because your traditional pub will need a lot of these.
Pub Tables and Their Height Differences
Pub owners should know how to use different table heights. This gives the pub a much-needed variety. The presence of table height differences will subtly dictate the social dynamics of visiting patrons. A well-planned table height scheme will work wonders for your pub. Have all 3 of these Amish pub variants of table heights:
- Standard height tables: 30” high
- Counter height tables: 36” high
- Bar Height tables: 42” high
The Barstool: Workhorse of Your Pub
Choose 30” barstools to match your 42” bar. As for style, go with whatever fits your traditional pub’s theme and look.
Kinds of Barstools for Traditional Pubs
- Tripod barstool: 3-legged wooden barstools.
- 4-Legged barstool: 4-legged wooden barstools.
- Backless barstool: A barstool with a level seat and no backrests. May be made of metal.
- Low back barstool: Has a backrest that is a few inches high.
- Solid back barstool: Has a full backrest like a normal chair.