Your furniture has a tough task: it has to match the motif of the entire establishment. Your vibe must be accentuated by the furnishings, because while many people won’t notice an excellent match with your café tables and their surroundings, they will surely notice a sore mismatch.

At Café Club, we take pride in offering a huge variety of the crème de la crème of café tables. In a burgeoning hospitality market, something that is increasingly found throughout Australia’s urban landscapes, you need your furniture to stand out, in order to distinguish your café from the rest. Sub-par furnishings are almost immediately noticed, and will work against you.

Our varieties of wood tops on our café tables, from beech to acacia to oak, are complimented perfectly with our even larger variety of bases. We have a fixation on letting our clients find the most suitable table for their establishment.

We have square tops, rectangle tops, and circular tops. They are mounted on solid frames or foldable frames, made of wood, aluminium, or stainless steel. The list is a long one, but then, there are a lot of different cafes in Australia these days. When you’re ready to find the furniture that best suits yours, Café Club is ready for you.

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 Being versatile is a key attribute to café and bar furniture. Maintaining the ability to move and adjust your setup, without being confined by furniture and chair combination incompatibility, can make it far easier to achieve a new look in any café, restaurant, or bar.

Dry bar tables fit this bill. Sitting at nearly the exact height of an actual bar, they are able to serve a twofold purpose. They can provide indoor or outdoor platforms for both standing areas, during crowded times, and seated areas, using the same bar stools you already have.

The perks continue with an easily washed surfacing and a light construction, able to withstand years of use, while portable enough to be easily shifted around the café. Convenient braces serve as footbars for your patrons, making them nearly as comfortable as your seated areas.

Available in two styled wood models and a rugged polished aluminium, our three dry bar tables (or high tables) are built to the industry standard and beyond. They are built for style, without sacrificing ease of cleaning and moving.

At Café Club, our dry bar tables match up with the legendary quality and workmanship exhibited by all of our café furniture. If you’re in need of a versatile and well-crafted addition to your furniture arsenal, give us a call!

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There are unique demands on café furniture. The heavy usage of tables and chairs at busy cafes and service venues means that your investment must involve a durable finish, so as best to preserve the gloss of the outer paint job, and ensure that many years of service are the norm. This has to also balance the aesthetic preference of your venue.

Powder base coating has been around for a number of years now, and its ability to adhere itself to modern seating with tough efficiency has made it a favourite of seating providers Australia-wide, Café Club included. The notion of powder coating uses magnetically-charged pulverized paint flakes sprayed on to a grounded surface, which quickly adhere to it. The paint itself is then baked on to the surface in a large oven.

This method of painting has gained a great deal of accolades for a number of reasons. The dry flakes which miss the item of furniture are easily recovered, so there is little wastage. There are no aerosols in use, so less damage to the ecosystem, and because of this, the spraying of powder coating requires less containment infrastructure, and is more economical.

The resulting paint coating on the furniture is comparatively bulletproof. Its magnetic quality means it is resistant to scratching and chipping. It is versatile, and available in both high and low gloss finishes across a number of different colours and styles. As a hardwearing and well-presented finish, powder finishes are well worth consideration.

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