KFC rolls out new design for its restaurants
Date posted: December 5, 2017
Jephsons is proud to have been chosen by its long-term client, KFC, to conduct the first three fit-outs of the company’s new K3 scheme. The interior design sees the UK’s largest retailer of fried chicken meals take a distinct change of direction with its décor as it embraces a fresh, contemporary interior design.
Having handed over the completed Image Enhancement of the Drive-Thru in Havant, we are now looking forward to completing the fit-out of two brand- new Drive-Thrus, one in Worcester the other in Bedhampton.
The new K3 look incorporates a fresh, lighter and subtle colour scheme that uses a mixed palette of colours focussed on a mid-shade of blue. The furniture is right up to date with the use of reclaimed and distressed wood for the tables and screens, with the new build KFCs having open grid ceilings to provide a much airier feel to the restaurants.
The three restaurants will also feature new “mobile phone style” ordering points to add a little pizazz to the eating experience. In keeping with new social styling and ethics, the toilets are also unisex.
Jephsons Operations Director, Nigel Schofield, says the new KFC look gives a whole new feel to the dining experience in the restaurants. “The K3 scheme really is a dynamic shift for our client and, if it proves popular with customers, which we think these three pilot restaurants will, we can see the new look being rolled out right across the brand estate. We are very proud to have been selected by KFC to assist in what could be a significant change in brand style for our client.”> News archive
""What I like about working with Jephsons Shopfitters is the fact that I know I am in safe hands when I give them the go-ahead for a new KFC fit out or refurbishment. Time is always a key factor for me as I need to have my stores open so my customers are happy getting what they need and coming back for more. Jephsons have always done an excellent job for me and I would recommend them to anyone that needs shopfitting services for a food outlet.""
Andy Purnell, Managing Director, Scotco Restaurants