Did you know CCB’s “Got your Back” but we have more?

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?

Click here to see more of our Waiting Bench Styles

Thank you to FG Schaefer Co. and to our CCB Sales Representatives, Jay Dickinson and Warren Dorn for the opportunity to be a part of this project.

Even PayPal has CCB!

We are always excite to share photos of CCB product in its final location and to share the range of locations where our product ends up.

A CCB banquette recently was delivered to Paypal Corporate Headquarters in Lutherville, MD.

We try our best to make each and every project worry free for you and your customer……..

That includes purchasing upholstery materials as a part of the project or you can opt for COM upholstery by providing “Customer’s Own Materials” like the PayPal project.

We provide shop drawings to verify the dimensions, style details, upholstery, and finish locations/ placement.  Did you know our shop drawings even show where the sections of a long banquette will be divided?  This allows you to verify if this will work with other furniture placement, check building access points, and in the case of this project it allowed the end user to verify the fit in their elevators.

And of course don’t forget if you choose our delivery service, we ensure that the product is handled properly, assembled, and set in place!

Thank you to Millennium Seating and to Jeff Wells for the opportunity to be a part of this project.

You never know where we will share that CCB product is next!

Interior photos courtesy of Millennium Seating and their customer.

Seating for Resort Style Daily Living

CCB’s product is being specified and built for more and more upscale luxury living apartment communities.  The amenities include clubhouses that encourage interaction between residents as well as entertaining visiting guests.

This might be best described as “Resort Style Daily Living.”  Similar to a recent project at Corsa Tuscan Village North in Salem, NH.

Custom Banquette

  • Wide Horizontal Uph Channels on the ISB
  • Uph ArmsCCB “Charlotte & Hickory” Series – Narrow Wood Frame & Tapered Wood Legs 
  • CCB’s Chestnut Stain

CCB’s “Concord” Series Banquette

  • Modified with a Stained Wood Base- CCB’s Chestnut Stain

Thank you to Executive Furnishings Inc. and our CCB Sales Representative, Dave Abramson for the opportunity to be a part of this project.

You never know where you might see CCB’s product next!

Interior images from Corsa Tuscan Village North website and social media postings.

Customer Demographic Determines Your Seating Options

Who your customer’s are, what they like, their age, gender, and much more really plays a role when you are opening a restaurant or remodeling a place you have already established. It is important that your restaurant layout creates a space suited to your clientele.

Your restaurant furniture layout should be set up in an efficient layout, allowing customers to find what they are looking for and get in and out quickly( this allows for a larger customers flow, and inevitably a larger cash flow). When it comes to your restaurant furniture layout, you’ll want to focus on how the waitstaff will manuever through the dining area, but you also want to give your customers maximum comfort.
One thing to consider is what sort of food service you’re offering: restaurants that offer multiple courses require larger place settings and are not going to do as well with small tables as a restaurant that focuses on quick soups and sandwiches. If your customers are going to be sitting at a table for a short time, smaller tables and less padded chairs are okay; if your meals are designed to last longer than an hour, you’ll want to give the customers more room for more comfort.

Other points to consider include how close the tables are; some people are comfortable walking into a family style restaurant, others are going to go out with an expectation of privacy and tables that have enough distance between them so that they wont know the life story of the person sitting next to them by the end of dinner. Similarly, in many cases your clients aren’t going to want to be “squished” into their tables; they want to have breathing room.

When you’re choosing tables, chairs and booths for your restaurant, you’ll want to make sure that you’re focusing on the comfort of your customers: the more comfortable they are, the more likely they are to keep coming back, staying longer and recommending your restaurant to their friends and family members.

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