CCB’s seating styles can be used as building blocks to create product to suit your distinct project environment.
CCB’s “Designer Special” series used as long wall banquettes with diamond tufting added to the inside back was produced for La Bella Vie Kitchen in Suwanee, GA to coordinate with their “American Modern & French inspired” Restaurant and Bar.
Thank you to Boelter Companies and our CCB Sales Representative, Jeff Wells for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Let us know how we can be a part of your next project.
Interior photos from La Bella Vie’s website, social media postings and from the Gwinnett Daily Post.
No matter what your age, it is safe to say that most people enjoy being in an upscale resort style environment.
Banquettes produced for Overture Domain by Greystar will get you thinking about speeding ahead to luxury living for adults 55 and older inAustin, TX.
Tall custom upholstered banquettes were produced for the lobby and common areas. Some of the details included semi-attached bolsters to create divided seating areas, a wood frame with cut outs for electrical units to be installed by others once on site, and wood tapered legs.
Say so long to Grandma’s bingo hall!
Thank you to Studio Six 5 and to our CCB sales representatives, Tom & Suzanne Hauser for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
You never know where CCB’s product will show up next!
Electrical outlets were added once on site by others. CCB provided cut outs only.
Have you seen our New Literature and New Website that was introduced earlier this year?
We have a huge new offering of styles including “Privacy Risers” that can be added to the tops of our booths. These New Risers include wood routed patterns (geometric, herringbone, etc.), galvanized metal, and metal rods.
A great way to take some of our classic seating styles and add a functional and design element.
We have recently produced booths for two La Cocina Restaurants inCCB’s “Standard” Series with a custom wood routed pattern on a privacy riser for their locations in Burlington and Clayton, NC. These risers have a triangular pattern which we programmed into our CNC machines. The patterns had to be adjusted to work with the 4 lengths of booths being produced in singles and doubles………… precision, precision, precision.
The privacy risers were finished in a custom stain color.
These 2 projects were ordered with our CCB Delivery Service which we believe is key to getting your order to it’s finally destination damage free.
Privacy risers are all assembled and inspected prior to going to our shipping department. Some may ship attached, it depends on the riser design, attachment, and/ or method of booth shipment.
See an example of the risers packaged to ship to La Cocina for our Delivery Team to assemble on site. We take the time to point this out because we think this is an important detail to the success of producing your order from start to finish.
Thank you to Jacobi Lewis Co. and our CCB Sales Representative, Quinton Macon for the opportunity to be a part of these 2 projects.
We always love seeing our product in professional photographs!
A custom banquette was recently featured along with other interior images in O’Henry Magazine published out of Greensboro, North Carolina. This banquette was incorporated into an elaborate townhouse renovation described as “Bohemian Chic meets Zen” for Catherine Harrill.
CCB’s Custom Banquette
Shaped Low to High Back
Vertical Tufted Uph ISB
All Velvet Uph
Uph Seat & Frame
Enclosed Brass Laminate Base
Thank you to Vivid Interiors and our CCB Sales Representative, Quinton Macon for the opportunity to be a part of this project!
Don’t forget to share photos of your projects with us.
Additional images from O’Henry Magazine and from Vivid Interiors Social Media postings.
Norman Rockwell was discovered at the age of 22 by an editor of “The Saturday Evening Post.” Rockwell’s illustrations of American Lifestylegraced more than 300 covers during his career with The Post.
“The Saturday Evening Post” and “The Ladies Home Journal” are 2 of the most well known publications of the Curtis Publishing Company.
The Philadelphia, PA historic home of The Curtis Publishing Company built in 1910 has been renovated to become a high end apartment community called Lyndon at the Curtis. As a part of the renovation, a CCB custom banquette was incorporated into a communal lounge.
CCB “Monroe” Series- modified
Custom height & depth
ISB with CCB Monroe welt & uph button detail
Stain enclosed base
Thank you to DAS Architects & Interiors and Peyton Brown for the opportunity to be a part of this unique project with a historic and modern vibe.
Let us know how we can be a part of your next project.
Interior images from Lyndon at the Curtis’ website and social media postings & from Apartments.com and ForRent.com
It’s incredible how far apartment living has come and how many are centered around building a community with upscale amenities and shared spaces. Take a look at this custom banquette produced for Oak Creek Apartment Community in Lewis Center, OH.
CCB’s Statesville Series was modifiedto create this statement piece!
Custom Height & Depth
Nailhead Trim in a “Panel” Pattern
Uph Seat & Frame flush at the front
Wood Base stained in CCB Driftwoood
Thank you to Champion Real Estate Services & Construction Co. and our CCB Sales Representative, Jay Dickinson for the opportunity to be a part of this project. Let us know how we can be a part of your next project.
Interior images from the Oak Creek at Polaris website.
The Chesterfield sofa is quite an icon of the furniture design world. The story goes that the origin may date back to the 1700’s to Lord Phillip Stanhope, the fourth Earl of Chesterfield. The Earl wished to have a piece of furniture to sit up very straight, in the upmost comfort, and not crease ones garments as they sat. With those concepts in mind, he commissioned a local crafts person and the furniture style and name was born.
CCB produced a custom banquette inspired by a “Chesterfield” sofa for
SW Clyborne Co. located in Mason, OH including all of the classic details: wide roll over back and arms, diamond tufting, loose seat cushions, and wooden legs. Bolsters were specified to create dividers in the seating areas.
Other areas of the restaurant included bar height and dining height banquettes based on CCB’s “Designer Special” series modified with vertical channel uph and was produced in long wall benches, “U” shaped, and 3/4 rounds.
How’s that for being inspired by furniture history?
Thank you to C & T Design & Equipment and to our CCB Sales Representative, Warren Dorn for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Let us know how we can be a part of your next hospitality project.
CCB originated as a restaurant booth and table manufacturing company primarily servicing restaurant dealers. As our customer base and project scope has expanded, we have embraced your requests to produce product that is far beyond the realm of “booth” seating.
Seating produced for Hotel Indigo in Birmingham, AL is a perfect example of this.
Custom Shaped Hospitality Seating
Plain uph low ISB & uph shaped arms
Loose accent throw pillows
Tight uph deep seats
Stained wood frame & enclosed base with electrical outlets
Custom stain color
This Hotel Indigo location has history as well. This area was the location of the first apothecary in Birmingham. This Art Deco inspired building from the 1930’s was constructed to house medical offices.
The “RX Lounge” where CCB’s seating is located gives a nod to the architectural history.
Thank you to Hospitality Furnishings & Design and our CCB Sales Representatives, Warren Dorn & Jay Dickinson for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
We think this is a good example of a Remedy to standard seating.
Outlet units installed in the stained wood bases
Interior & exterior building photos from the Hotel Indigo Birmingham website.