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Western Style Furniture

Written by Jessica Duquette
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Western style furniture can turn a restaurant or bar into a boot-scootin' saloon. If you or someone you know is looking to make a few changes to their family-owned restaurant or bar, mixing up the decor is a relatively inexpensive way of putting a new face on an old business. The ideas below may help get you started on a redecorating frenzy!

Choosing Western Style Furniture

The furniture is one of the first things patrons will notice about your establishment. Replace rusty old tables and chairs with authentic log wood western style furniture. Knotted pine, natural Aspen and aromatic cedar will help create the perfect setting for your western watering hole.

Since replacing furniture will be one of the most expensive ways of redecorating your business, we've come up with additional methods to complete the transformation inexpensively. Western wall coverings such as hats, chaps, reigns and boots are very thematic and can tie the style all together. Visit thrift stores and flea markets for discarded items that would compliment your room.

Peanuts on the Floor

If you don't have enough money to refinish the wooden floors, we've come up with a quick solution. Invest in several wooden barrels and a significant amount of peanuts. Let your patrons toss the shells on the floor. This will give your bar the added western look without costing you a dime. It will however entail a lot of sweeping at the end of each night.


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