Restaurant Furniture for Your Dining Room
We carry commercial-grade restaurant seating and table sets to suit all styles, including portable folding chairs that can be toted to events, luxurious wooden chairs with a virtually unlimited number of upholstery patterns, and the classic and long-lasting metal chairs that are a staple of quick service restaurants and neighborhood diners alike. Sturdy upholstered booths and wooden furniture are the go-to pieces for outfitting a casual dining room. Our selections of wooden chairs and restaurant tables includes a variety of finishes, like beech, walnut, and mahogany, while laminate tops are economical and easy to clean.
KaTom Restaurant Supply also has the restaurant furniture and essential commercial equipmentto put those finishing touches on your interior design, including crowd guidance ropes and stanchions, reception stands, cashier stands, carts, and kiosks. Equip your patio for alfresco dining with weather-resistant outdoor furniture, patio heaters, planters, and outdoor bars. This category also includes coat and hat racks for sale.
Common Questions About Restaurant Furniture
What facilities use commercial furniture?
The restaurant furniture KaTom sells is used in a whole host of operations including bars, school cafeterias, food halls, and banquet facilities. We offer portable furniture that is used by caterers and large facilities where flexibility is key, and permanently installed pieces that may include mounting plates or brackets to secure them in place.
How is restaurant furniture different from other commercial pieces and residential furniture?
Because of the significant demands put on furniture in foodservice, institutional, and other commercial and public facilities, these pieces are designed to be more durable than residential furniture. Manufacturers use a number of materials that help provide long-lasting strength, including steel, solid wood, and high-quality upholsteries that are designed to resist staining and be easier to clean. Portable items may incorporate lighter materials like plastics and aluminum, but even those are engineered to stand up to rigorous use. Manufacturers test products using both static and dynamic loads that weigh hundreds of pounds to ensure the furniture can stand up to the demands of daily service in commercial settings.
How much does restaurant furniture cost?
As with most things, pricing for foodservice furniture varies widely. Economy models are attractive to many because their low price points provide serviceable solutions for operators purchasing with limited budgets. By paying a bit more, you can get furniture that is more durable, attractive, and comfortable than the low-cost options. Those more-premium options can set the mood and help build an expectation among customers of higher menu prices. Typically, those heavy-duty pieces are also engineered to be more durable, tested to higher performance standards, and given longer, more comprehensive warranties.