Planninging a pub’s interior or restaurant’s interior can be a lot of fun. It is a wonderful place to hang out with your family or to have friends over to relax and enjoy a couple of cocktails. To make the most of your pub’s bar you should take the time to decorate it in a way that really reflects your personality while at the same time creating a fun, relaxing environment.
Before you even think about starting to decorate, you should take a minute to consider:
how you plan to use the space
what your own personal style is
Are you looking for a sports bar feeling?
Or perhaps you are more into a classier, more upscale feeling.
Think through bars, restaurants and clubs that you have been to and see which ones stand out in your mind. Once you have figured out the style that you like decorating your bar is going to become a whole lot easier.
One of the most important parts of pub’s interiors is the seating.
You want everyone to be comfortable and relaxed in the pubs’ interiors. Bar stools at the bar are great, but you should also consider adding some extra seating away from the bar if space permits. Lounge chairs covered in fun zebra print or bright colored fabrics can lend an eclectic feeling to your room. For a sports bar, a large, comfy sofa with plenty of room is a nice option to provide some extra seating. When choosing your seating for your home bar try to find pieces that are relatively easy to get up from. There is nothing worse than having a drink or two and finding that you have sunken down into an overstuffed couch so far that it is hard to get out!
The artwork that you choose for the walls will also depend greatly on the atmosphere you are trying to create. Vintage posters or prints framed in nice frames can be a classy, timeless way to decorate the walls. If the space is on the smaller side consider hanging a few mirrors around to visually increase the size of the space. Always try to hang artwork or mirrors about at eye level for the average person to avoid having it look like it is too high or too low.