CCB introduced a lot of new product in 2019. One of these items is the CAS-006 (Common Area Seating.)
We are excited to share a recent project produced for Unipres USA, a global corporation that produces pressed parts for the automobile industry and has a large facility in Portland, TN.
The concept for this seating is to be utilized in public spaces. It’s seating with an occasional table surface built as one. The design has a modern to mid-century flair.
Originally introduced as a “sofa” or multiple person seating, we produced “chair” versions for this project.
Units with standard electrical and USB hook ups were included for the convenience of those using the seating. Electrical/ USB units can be integrated into most of our products. Just ask us how.
Thank you to FG Schaefer and our CCB Sales Representatives, Jay Dickinson and Warren Dorn for the opportunity to be a part of this project and to share with you the results of part of our new product line.
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 known for it’s booth and banquette seating, but did you know the options don’t stop there?
We have a standard product line of “backless benches” and in most cases we can take a booth and build a companion piece in a bench format?
Take for example this project called Blackbird Eatery in Cincinnati, Ohio.
CCB’s “Designer Special” series was modified for the banquette seating with diamond tufting, upholstered end panels, and wood legs added.
A backless waiting bench, CCB’s WB-002 waiting bench was produced with wood legs to match the banquette seating. Some of our waiting benches can also be used as the basis for ottomans as well………. Got you thinking?
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.