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5 Ways to Revamp Your Cafeteria


Sometimes a change is just necessary. Maybe the lunchroom tables in your schoolís cafeteria are super out-of-date or maybe they simply donít accommodate the students as well as they should. Whatever the case, if you are looking for ways to revamp your schoolís lunchroom, then we are here to help you do it.

Here are 5 ways you can revamp your elementary schoolís cafeteria:

1. Out with the Old: Buy New Furniture
To revamp a lunchroom, the goal is to give a new and improved look, and feel, to the room. The easiest way to do this is to pitch everything thatís there now and replace it with brand new stuff. Take a good look at your elementary schoolís lunchroom and take into account what you really need.

Do your current tables have ample seats for your schoolís students? Are the seats comfortable? Do you like the style and color of the tables? What about the layout of the roomówhatís needed and what can change for the better?

Consider all of this and make a list or mental note of what you really need.

2. Mix It Up: Moving Furniture Is Therapeutic
We donít know about you, but have you ever felt the urge to rearrange the furniture in your bedroom or living room? Sometimes it just needs to be done, and weíve found that itís a great stress-reliever.

Itís the same thing for schools. Sometimes the same old same old gets OLD and a change is needed. Thatís when we recommend to simply mix it up. Switch how the cafeteria tables and chairs are arranged to liven up the room a little bit.

3. DECORATE!
Maybe youíre not ready to buy brand-new lunch tables or you simply canít justify that decision. If this is the case and rearranging the furniture doesnít seem like the best idea or enough of a change, then add some decorations.

Letís say a holiday is coming up. Itís the perfect opportunity to add some color-themed decorations. Is it a big time during the school year, like homecoming or finals? Add some student-themed decorations, like something that highlights the sports or academic achievements of the students in the school.

Decorations certainly revamp any kind of room and it gives kids something to look at when theyíre in line waiting for their food.

4. Why Not Paint?
What is the color of the walls in your elementary schoolís lunchroom? Could the walls use a little revamping? Perhaps this is all the room needs to get a little revitalization. Consider a new paint job for your cafeteria.

5. Make the Room More Exciting
There are certainly more than a few ways for a school lunchroom to be exciting. Whether it is the chatter of young students conversing over hot and home lunches or something else exciting happens during lunchtime, the room can always be more exciting and this might just be your solution to revamping the lunchroom.

On the subject of excitement and making a lunchroom more exciting, we immediately think of furniture. But thatís just us. Perhaps consider adding unique furniture to the lunch room, like a hang out space for kids to hang out once theyíre done eating. The possibilities are endless.

Are Stool or Bench Style Cafeteria Tables the Right Choice for You?
The benefit of choosing stool or bench style cafeteria tables is you didnít choose individual tables and individual chairs. Do you remember students slipping off their lunchroom chairs and onto the cafeteria floor during your high school days? Well, even if you donít, it can happen when individual tables and chairs are in place, and itís embarrassing for everyone.

Nevertheless, the question remains: Should you choose stool or bench style cafeteria tables for your schoolís lunchroom?

Stool Style Cafeteria Tables
The biggest difference between stool style and bench style cafeteria tables is the number of seats available. Although bench style cafeteria tables have maximum capacities assigned, itís easier to squeeze more people in than it is to fit two people on small and individual stools.

If youíd like to have a specific number of people at each lunch table in your schoolís cafeteria, then stool style cafeteria tables may be the best option for you. These tables give each seated person an ample amount of space and create a more organized environment for students and teachers during lunchtime.

There are 8, 12, and 16 capacity stool style lunch tables. They are available in rectangle and round, along with expansive selection of top colors, edge colors, stool colors, and frame colors. Itís easy to mix and match stool style cafeteria tables and create uniformed look in your schoolís lunchroom.

Bench Style Cafeteria Tables
Bench style lunchroom tables have similar capacities to the stool style lunchroom tables. For example, they are available in capacities of 10, 12, and 16. The main difference between a 16-person stool style cafeteria table and a 16-person bench style cafeteria table is the space each person gets.

Bench style cafeteria tables can be roomy, but each person does not get his or her own individual seat to sit on. On the other hand, if one extra person needs to squeeze into the seating surrounding a cafeteria table, itís easier to do with bench style tables.

To choose which cafeteria table style is right for your schoolís lunchroom, you need to look at the specific needs of your school. Take into consideration the layout of the cafeteria, how students socialize over lunch, and make the most logical choice based on your schoolís circumstances.

This information is courtesy of SchoolOutlet.com, a school furniture specialty company founded on excellent customer service and furniture you can count on, www.schooloutlet.com.





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