It is exciting to be able to share a project that utilizes so many different styles and options of CCB product.
This week we are featuring Beacon 70, a restaurant and bar with a reclaimed and steampunk vibe located in Brick Township, NJ.
This project features booths and banquettes at dining, counter, and bar height (some with legs/ stretchers and some with enclosed bases.) Diamond tufting, wood trim, nailhead, and upholstered rollover tops are just a few of the design details. Backless waiting benches and an upholstered “top hat” were also produced to provide additional seating opportunities for patrons.
But don’t forget the tables! CCB’s “Olde Barn” Collection was utilized. These table tops are constructed out of random width and varying thickness of solid Poplar wood planks including natural saw and planer marking to result in slightly uneven surfaces to create the illusion of product produced out of “reclaimed” materials such as aged wood pallets or rough barn siding, (Standard in “Olde Barn” distressing. Recommended in CCB Vintage Stain.)
Thank you to Raymond Haldeman Designs for the opportunity to be a part of this project and show you the range of products that CCB can provide.
Let us know how we can be a part of your next design.
Bar Height Single Booths with nailhead trim detail on the outside back
Interior photos from Beacon 70’s website and social media posts.
We have designed our standard product line to be versatile and to work with a multitude of interior styles. Sometimes it is just a matter of the finishes specified that can totally change the look.
Take for example CCB’s “Durham” Series seating style that was given a coastal location at The Pier Restaurant at Solomons Pier in Solomon, MD.
The Durham was modified with an upholstered seat and finished in CCB’s Natural stain. See below where we also show examples of this same booth style for comparison- CCB’s “Durham” Series standard and 2 modified versions- one used for a Country Club and one for an Italian Restaurant. How’s that for diversity in look and style?
Now let’s talk tables…… CCB’s “Farmhouse” Tables were also used for this coastal project in dining and bar height. How’s that for an unexpected combination?
Thank you to TriMark Adams Burch for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
There’s really no limit to our styles and how they are used!
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.
CCB’s seating is more than just your typical “restaurant booth.” The application of our products is only limited by you imagination.
We have had the opportunity to work on more and more hotel projects for example the Baymont by Wyndham located in Charlotte, NC.
A long wall banquette can provide a more upscale appeal to a breakfast or dining space. Add height, upholstered arms, and a custom stained base and you have created seating that provides a framework around the perimeter of the room.
CCB’s seating can also be used in a Lobby. A long double sided booth was produced for this project with electrical & USB outlets available to those waiting. How’s that for maximizing seating in an area and it being even more functional too?
Thank you to Contract Procurement Solutions and our CCB Sales Representative, Quinton Macon for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
See the link below with examples and options to integrate electrical and USB options in to your projects.
Want to see more options for adding Electrical & USB outlets to most any product?
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.
The greatest compliment that we can receive is long term relationships, repeat orders with our customers and their customers.
CCB has been working with FG Schaefer Co. (Food Service Equipment Consulting and Design) since our early days nearly 15 years ago. We have been producing booths for FG Schaefer’s customer Frisch’s Big Boy for close to 12 of those years.
During that time we have seen the evolution of their brand that has been around since 1947. Their booth style has still remained classic, just like their time honored recipes and menu items.
CCB’s “Standard” Series is an essential building block to booth design. The “Standard” is CCB’s “Shop Special” Series with a crumb detail added behind the seat. These are 2 of the very styles that CCB was built from and are still available today. Our all upholstered booths can be produced quickly, if time is of the essence! Our CCB “Designer Special” also used by FG Schaefer and Frisch’s is another style essential.
Just a reminder not to overlook the basics! Tried and true.
Thank you to FG Schaefer for their continued support of CCB and manufacturing in the USA!
Let us know how we can help build lasting relationships with you and your customers. A potential recipe for success!
CCB has made it to Hollywood for the second time! (First time in the Nicholas Spark’s book made into a movie “The Longest Ride.”)
CCB’s “Standard” Series booth with vertical upholstered channels added to the inside back makes quite a statement at Pink’s Hot Dogs in Camarillo, CA, a now Hollywood legend in hot dogs that was started in 1939 with a push cart.
For these channeled booths it takes quite a bit of precision. Each of the alternating color upholstery materials are sewn together and then channeled to achieve this look. And don’t forget the patterning required to have balance and symmetry with the colors on each piece. We are proud of our CCB team for the results!
Thank you to Benchmark Design Group for the opportunity to be a part of this project and to have celebrity occupants use our seating.
You never know what types of projects you might see CCB product on next!