Bakery Fit Out Ideas
As you may have noticed, the world is in the middle of a full-scale bread renaissance. Disenchanted with the white, rubbery squares lining the supermarket shelves, people are returning to their local bakery to get their daily bread.
In recent years, we Australians – the new gourmands – have witnessed a significant and heartening rise in the popularity of small scale bakeries, particularly those whose product is honest, artisanal, and wholesome. What could have once considered the broken cog of our culinary wheel, Australia’s bread now stands up to that of even the most estimable baking nations. These days, it’s not uncommon for even Barry the Builder to pop down to his local breadshop for a pain de la compagne. For all of the bakers out there, it’s a prime time for business.
When planning to open a bakery, there are a myriad of different aspects to consider, and aside from your delectable bread and pastries, your shop’s fitout should be your number one priority.
Bakeries can become the cornerstone of a local community, and you want to create a welcoming and comfortable space that reflects the nature of your business. When fitting out a bakery, there are a lot of factors to consider, but with some careful planning and a good builder by your side, you can create a space that is at once both comfortable and welcoming and cost effective.
Here are the most important aspects to consider when designing your store: