In HoReCa, the interior plays just as much a role as the service and the quality of the service itself. Whether it's a restaurant, a hotel or a spa - no matter what, the environment is the first thing that visitors look for. Owners are aware of the requirements of the market and want to furnish their establishments with high quality objects only. After all, they're always willing to pay for comfort.
To furnish a restaurant or hotel with at least mid-range furniture, you have to spend a significant amount of money (which can run into the hundreds of thousands of dollars). That's why furniture tours are so popular among restaurateurs - you can save up to 80% on high volume purchases in China! We are not saying that all furniture here is sold for cheap - no. We are saying that the cost of interior and decor items, finishing materials, plumbing and lighting in China is much lower than in Europe. This is all because the Chinese have their own resource base and are embracing new technologies.
At the same time, the Chinese production facilities apply European quality standards which guarantee a presentable appearance and a long service life of the products - and in HoReCa environments the durability of the furniture is particularly important.
The textiles available in China also include bed linen, towels, bathrobes, bathrobes, napkins and much more. You can also find cutlery and kitchenware, so a furniture tour can go a long way to equipping your place.
The Chinese also have a knack for customised projects. Yes, there are 3,000 furniture factories in South China, where we do our tours. But even with all that variety, you might not find the right pieces for your exceptional restaurant. This is why we focus on the fact that the Chinese are very attentive to all the wishes of the customer and fulfil them with astonishing precision.
By the way, experienced restaurateurs have been buying furniture from China for a long time. Even before we founded the company (10 years ago) they were already travelling and ordering the items they needed. What can I say - business people are the first to spot a winning scheme.
Gastrobar V Mesto (Minsk, Belarus).
The Vmeste Bar, a gastropub with a European feel, has been fully outfitted in China. The owners ordered the tables, chairs, sofas, lighting and even the décor on a furniture tour from our company. If we talk about interior style, it can be defined as a variation on the loft theme. The brick wall and beams are diluted with bright eco-leather sofas, and the chandeliers with fresh flowers also catch the eye. A 'green wall' for selfies, the latest trend in phytodesign, is placed near the entrance. The small banquet hall was decorated with decorative plates also made in China. Each one has a quote on it with the word 'selfie' on it.
Vintage karaoke restaurant (Moscow).
Vintage karaoke restaurant is all about nostalgia. The interior style is indefinable but the décor is full of retro references. For instance Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin and for some reason fairy-tale animals look at visitors from the backs of chairs. Wrought iron chandeliers, aged chests of drawers, brick walls (hello, the ubiquitous loft!), checkered upholstery - all this takes us into the fascinating world of the past. The furniture for the 'Vinthage' was bought in China, and they were right. Unique decorative elements make this restaurant stand out among numerous Moscow establishments. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)