Awning Canopies / July 18, 2019 / Candy Calderon
Working with the professional will help to ensure the structure s success and the client s contentment. Provide input on what s important to you and your hotel or resort. Suggest bright bold colors for cabana designs on a family oriented beach resort or darker shades for canopies and awnings at an outdoor hotel bar with a bustling nightlife. Suggest rows of cabanas for a luxury summer resort or consider a variety of awnings canopies and cabana designs for a casual and contemporary feel. Channel that vibe of a relaxing summer s day or night especially since "hitting the beach and other warm-weather activities" recently won first place in a Road & Travel Magazine poll on favorite vacations. After clearly laying out your visions take in the expert s advice on structure style and set up.
For instance for a joint on the beach you can have a tropical décor theme with the colors of the sun sand and the sea on your walls and furniture. Similarly for a rock music themed restaurant you can use dark colors on your walls put up posters of rock legends and use dim lighting etc. to create the dreamy effect of a rock star s van. Choose a theme and based on that decide on the colors furniture size wall decorative pieces and ceiling enhancement ideas. * Color scheme for a theme-less restaurant: In case you do not want any theme to define your restaurant you can them work towards combining various elements to create a great ambience. The color of your walls matters a lot. So choose colors which complement each other and give a welcoming feel to the whole place.
But their aesthetic value is equally key. Retractable or fixed and made from a variety of materials namely aluminum fabric mesh and combinations of the three awnings can immediately set the mood via their shape and logos. Imagine you re an upscale classy Jazz/live entertainment restaurant where music is as important as food. In that case an awning that includes the graphic of a jazz ensemble or horned instruments and large musical notes might be the way to go. If going for a more subtle approach a shade structure patterned in the shape of red bricks might match an actual brick (or stone) exterior. Remember that little changes such as these can go a long way toward an entire revamp of your restaurant and its ambiance.