How Much Does Restaurant Furniture Cost? FAQ’s from the files of East Coast Chair & Barstool
If you’ve ever asked “how much does restaurant furniture cost”, you probably got a somewhat unsatisfactory answer like “it depends on what you get”. While this is certainly true – restaurant furniture can range from a few thousand dollars up to serious five figure digits – we figured that we could at least layout some common scenarios to give you an approximation of the cost to furnish your restaurant.
To keep it simple, all of these scenarios are based on a dining space of 1500 square feet with 20 tables, 8 booths, 60 chairs, and 10 bar stools. There are 3 scenarios: a budget friendly option for a restaurant owner that wants the most economical furniture to get started, a mid-level option for a restaurant owner that wants great looking furniture at a great price, and an option for a restaurant owner that wants to create an ambiance around their furniture without breaking the bank.
Scenario 1 – Economy Furniture Cost
Furniture Cost = $4100.00
Scenario 2 – Mid-Level Furniture Cost
Furniture Cost = $9050.00
Scenario 3 – Reclaimed Wood Furniture Cost
20 – Reclaimed Barnwood Tables = $4400
Furniture Cost = $15700.00
All of these scenarios are based on just a few of the furniture options that are commonly available at East Coast Chair & Barstool, where we sell direct to restaurants and keep costs low by cutting out the middle man. True, you could go to a dealer or niche manufacturer and buy furniture that cost 3-5x more, but the only difference would be the price tag.
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