In 2013, CCB introduced an “Expanded Table and Base Product Line.” Since 2013 and prior we have been blessed with continued growth for our company and with the development of new and continued relationships with our customers.
We thought that this would be a good time to remind you that
CCB is more than just seating.
Here are just a few examples…………………..
CCB is “Community Tables.”
Community Table- Wood Top, Tapered Legs, & Apron
(Shown in bar height, but also available in dining height)
(Did you think that we only customized seating? How about these occasional tables produced based on the Community Table style above?)
CCB is “Table Tops.”
(Wood Butcher Block, Laminate Top w/ Aluminum Edge, Multi-Species Wood Top with reclaimed look & much more)
CCB is “Table Bases.”
Black Metal Bases, Turned Wood Bases with Metal Components, Stainless and
Aluminum Bases, & much more.
So have we got your attention and want to see more?
This week we are featuring seating produced for The Westendorff in Charleston, SC. The historic site of this new restaurant was the location of a hardware store owned by the Westendorff family for over 100 years.
It seems quite fitting that CCB’s Multi Species Wood Table Tops were utilized with CCB’s Vintagefinish with heavy “Farmhouse” distressing to create a re-claimed look to match this historic structure.
Our table tops were paired with banquette seating in
CCB’s “Charlotte” series with a couple of modifications.
* Custom height & depth
* Addition of wood top caps & end panels (also in CCB’s Vintage finish)
Thank you to Berlin’s Restaurant Equipment Supply, Inc. and our CCB Sales Representative, Quinton Macon for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Let us know how we can assist you with your next project.
In 2013, a fire destroyed Jekyll’s Kitchen nestled in the Chagrin River basin and located in Chagrin Falls, OH. This dining landmark required a complete re-build.
CCB’s “Designer Special” Series was modified for this project to include a vertical channeled ISB (inside back) detail. (Last week we featured CCB’s “Shop Special” Series with vertical uph channels. It seems that this uph detail is gaining popularity!)
We are proud to see this modern seating incorporated into this re-launch of Jekyll’s Kitchen in it’s dramatic setting.
Thank you to Hyde Park Restaurant Group and CCB’s Sales Representatives, Jay Dickinson and Warren Dorn for providing CCB with the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Let us know how we can assist in your next seating project.
This week we are featuring seating produced for “No Frill Bar & Grill” located in Virginia Beach, VA.
Their dining concept may be the no frills approach, but seating for this project was based on CCB’s “Shop Special” Series with modifications and the results created a new twist on the classic diner look.
* Vertical Uph Channel ISB * Rollover Top Detail * Shaped Uph End Panel * Contrasting Black & White Uph Materials
Thank you to Crest Foodservice Equipment and our CCB Sales Representatives, Nick Meletis and Jim Hoffman for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Let us know how we can customize seating for your next project!