Time to Gather for the Holiday Season- CCB Tables!

It’s almost that time when we gather together with family and friends to celebrate the holiday.  Most often we think about gathering for meals so what better time to send out a reminder about  CCB’s Table Product line and highlight a few projects.

Whether you are looking for dining tables or community tables, CCB can provide most of our styles in dining or bar height and some styles are also available in counter height.

But don’t forget, our table styles are suited for much more than just dining!  – Collaboration and worktop spaces, conference tables, desk tops, etc. 

Thank you to our Sales Representatives that help us to spread the word about all that CCB has to offer.  Rep projects featured below: Quinton Macon, Jim Hoffman, Saeth Gronberg, & Jeff Wells.

Blessings for a holiday season where you have the opportunity to gather with family and friends!

CCB’s 1.25″ Random Plank Solid Ash Table Tops
CCB Natural Stain
Charlotte, NC

CCB’s “Farmhouse” Series
1.75″ Multi Species Random Plank Solid Wood Top
CCB Vintage with “Farmhouse” Distressing
Alexandria, VA
Desk Tops- Jobs #2754 & 2858

CCB’s Community Table with Trestle Base- Dining HeightTop:  CCB’s “Farmhouse” Series w/ “Farmhouse” DistressingBase & Remainder: Ash woodCCB Vintage StainToledo, OH


CCB’s Community Table with Metal Base- Bar Height
Top: 1.75″ Random Plank Solid Ash Wood Top
Base: Custom Fabricated Metal Base
CCB Natural Stain/ Black Powder Coat Metal
Jamestown, NC

CCB’s Community Table with Wood Top, Apron, & Tapered Legs –Bar HeightTop: CCB’s “Farmhouse” Series w/ “Farmhouse” distressingApron & Tapered Legs: AshCCB Vintage StainBuford, GA

Plywood Vs. Solid wood

                                                                  

   

 

Plywood, if not familiar with it already, is a type of manufactured wood made from thin sheets of wood or plies. The layers are glued together so that adjacent plies have their wood grain at right angles to each other to create one solid piece.

Plywood is easy to use in terms of construction, you can simply cut a rectangle of plywood. Plywood may disintegrate if it comes in contact with water, which in a restaurant is bound to happen. Engineered wood, which is what plywood is considered to be, can be made from waste material like sawdust and chips, but solid wood requires large sections of wood that are free from defects.

Solid wood is composed of wood with no particle board or wood fiber. It’s the resulting board milled from the tree. While solid wood is more expensive, it is at a higher cost due to the durability and quality of the wood. It takes a bit more time to use for construction because it has to be shaped to form the end product.

 Many people consider solid wood to be more aesthetically pleasing as well. Especially when considering booths, if an end piece is showing and it is made of plywood it would reveal the glued pieces of ply. If a booth is built of solid wood you would not have this problem.

So while plywood may be cheaper and easier to construct, it is no match for solid wood furniture when considering quality.

That is why Carolina Custom Booth chooses Solid Wood. www.carolinacustombooth.com