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Cafeteria furniture design

Turn-key Design, Manufacturing & Installation Services for Dining and Social Spaces

With an emphasis on interactive design, variety, and comfort, food courts can create a multitude of environments by incorporating the right furnishings, custom graphics and decor. 

Food service spaces are increasingly becoming extensions of the classroom. They not only provide an opportunity for social interactions but for continuing education outside of the classroom. Franklin Interiors  can help transform your cafeteria into an age appropriate environment, providing a unique and comfortable place to dine and interact from start to finish.  Click through the example photo’s below and Contact Us  for more planning ideas or information.

(PHOTOS) Franklin Interiors offers an extensive selection of food court and cafeteria furniture including tables, mobile benches, round stool tables, wall pocket systems, high-top tables, booth seating, custom cabinets, customized artwork,  and crowd control systems available to meet all needs and budgets.  Personalize your space with custom logo tables and walls featuring your brand or other graphics—with no minimum quantity required.


Components of a well designed cafeteria:

  • Age & Cultural Appropriateness
    Each design should reflect the age and culture of the group, aligning with the identity of the business.
  • Furniture Selection
    Ranging from lounge furniture to mobile tables, booths to high-top tables, the furniture should reflect the atmosphere of the food court.
  • Paint Schemes
    Brighten up a dull lunchroom with custom paint schemes to resemble a restaurant-style eating area rather than an institutional cafeteria.
  • Décor Themes
    Décor such as graphics, lighting, and banner are great tools to use to entice people to stay on campus for meals.
  • Furniture Layout
    The right furniture layout brings additional seating, improves functionality and adds excitement and depth to any cafeteria.
  • Traffic Flow
    Well designed food courts can increase population flow, reduce theft and minimize congestion in the cafeteria.


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