If you own a coffee shop you would understandably want a good amount of traffic coming in and out of your doors. After all, the more people frequent your shop, the more sales you will make on coffee, tea, and other goods you have to offer.
One of the tricky aspects of running a store, however, is getting people to come in and enjoy their visit. The key is to make customers feel welcomed and excited to be there. Another key component is making sure your cafe looks good and functions well. Luckily, getting this part down is likely much easier than you would expect.
Even though you can expect customers to come in and out of the cafe multiple times each day, you can still put the furniture in storage after you close up shop for the day. The untreated wicker is subject to sun damage, moisture damage, and potentially even mold. Additionally, doing your best to keep them in good shape throughout the workday can extend how long you keep them for.
Another way you can care for your cafe is to get in the habit of cleaning it regularly. A cafe is a place where people want to go to catch up, work, or just relax. Dirty tables, coffee stains on the floor, and dust can instantly make your cafe feel grimy and unwelcoming. Establishing a routine where you clean each day can minimize the amount of dirt build-up and make keeping the area spotless when you open each day a much more manageable task.