Restaurant Lamps and Lighting

Business.com / Industry / Last Modified: February 22, 2017

Lighting plays a huge part in the look and feel of a restaurant. Think about it. It’s a romantic candlelight dinner, not a ...

Lighting plays a huge part in the look and feel of a restaurant. Think about it. It’s a romantic candlelight dinner, not a romantic fluorescent light dinner.

Direct lighting in a restaurant can help to create a bright and invigorating atmosphere, perfect for a busy sandwich shop or lunch counter diner. On the other hand, the soft flicker of votive candles creates an intimate setting, ideal for cozy little bistros and elegant restaurants.

Restaurant lights are as important to your décor as the color of the walls and the style of the furnishings. Despite this, it is easy to overlook restaurant lighting when designing the interior of a restaurant.

Restaurant lights dress up all parts of a restaurant, including the:

  1. Dining room
  2. Waiting area
  3. Lounge or bar
  4. Restrooms
  5. Entryway

Make a statement with your restaurant lighting fixtures

Banish boring fluorescent ceiling fixtures. Instead, select restaurant light fixtures that enhance the overall feel of your restaurant. Hanging pendant lamps add an elegant and intimate touch to utilitarian booths, while attractive wall sconces dress up typically plain areas, such as restrooms.

Choose safe restaurant lighting

Open flames from candles and fuel cells present safety problems, including fire and burn hazards. Err on the side of caution by purchasing electronic candles. These rechargeable, battery operated restaurant lighting options are also much easier to clean up, with no wax or soot build up.

Enhance table settings with restaurant table lamps

Some restaurants need table lamps or votives more than others. An intimate table for two wouldn't be complete without the soft glow of a candle votive or other small restaurant lamp. Restaurant table lamps and lighting are also an easy and inexpensive way to add extra lighting without costly electrical work.
  • Select restaurant lighting that can be dimmed in the evening and brightened in the day time, to create two distinct looks in your dining room.

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