Dining Room. Tuesday , September 05th , 2017 - 01:00:22 AM
There is more to a dining room thanjust dining furniture; it is more than a mere arrangement of dining room tableand dining room chairs. Ideally you should consider the color palette, thelighting, layout, table linen etc. to create a warm and inviting ambience foryour dining room. The accent should not be so much on creating a unique diningroom as on creating one that has the elements of a convivial entertaining andfamily space. With a little bit of forethought your dining area can beversatile enough to be a place where the family gets together for mealseveryday and also effortlessly converts to a more formal setting for when youare entertaining. You should be able to relax as well as interact in an idealdining set up.
Now you know why you are there and what needs to be done. The next thing you have to do is work every shift. Yes you will lose some beauty rest at the beginning but I have seen a lot of managers who will only work one shift such as the evening and not have a clue what is happening during the breakfast shift until it is too late and the complaints are coming in. You have to be there every shift to watch and observe your staff , system in place , how the food comes out , teamwork , presentation , just to name a few things on the list. Of course take a day off but in the first 2 weeks work a lot. See what is going on.
The next level of drapery sophistication might be sheers that come in a range of patterns, thickness, and designs. These add a gauzy look to the windows and work well with summer or light decor. In the winter, heavier draperies can be added for a layered look, with the heavier fabric tied back by day and loosened to hang down at night as a window covering. Keep in mind that sheers and draperies will need to be cleaned periodically. Sometimes you can use a hand vacuum to remove dust occasionally, and send them out for heavy-duty cleaning every six months or so.
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