Introducing “Olde Barn” Table Tops- New from CCB!

(Ruby Ann- Product Model, CCB Mascot, & “Top Dog”)

Introducing CCB’s Brand New…….

“Old Barn” Series 

1.75″ Random Plank Solid Poplar Wood Table Tops


The attraction to natural materials, textures, aged finishes and surfaces continues to be strong in today’s market. Whether used to achieve reclaimed, vintage, or rustic looks or to create high contrast with sleek new modern decor, CCB is excited to introduce another New Table Collection to address the design world.

Weathered and distressed products have a functional aspect when used in commercial and hospitality spaces. They can look even more authentic and worn over time with daily use.

CCB’s “Olde Barn” Series is constructed out of random width and varying thicknesses of solid Poplar wood planks including natural saw and planar markings 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.

Please contact your CCB Sales Representative to see their sales panel in person.

We hope that this gives you one more reason to support “Manufacturing in the USA!”

(Standard in “Olde Barn” Distressing. 

Recommended in CCB’s “Vintage” Stain Finish as shown*.)

There will be variation in each wood top due to the individual & natural characteristics of each wood plank.

*Custom to match stains not available. Vast shades of color variation will occur. 

Get the “Gang” together at Scene 75- Cleveland or Philadelphia

Here’s another example of how CCB product is
“More than just Restaurant Booths.”  
Take a look at product produced for Scene 75 Entertainment Centers located in Cleveland, OH and Pittsburgh, PA which includes gaming areas for all ages as well as bowling, laser tag, go-karts, bumper cars, mini- golf, and more.
If your group is large or small CCB has tables that can “gang” together to make longer tops which can be pulled back apart for smaller groups.  The ganging devices attached underneath can be locked or un-locked.  (See photos where tops have been turned upside down only for the purposes of illustrating the mechanism.)  This allows for better table edge alignment.
CCB’s “Farmhouse” Multi-Species Random Plank Wood Top 1.75″ thickness in CCB Vintage with Heavy Distressing was used for the table tops.
The Cleveland location also has CCB’s “Farmhouse” Series Boothsmodified with a wood seat.
Thank you to Queen City Restaurant Supply and our CCB Sales Representatives, Jay Dickinson and Warren Dorn to be a part of these projects.
So don’t let our company name mislead you…..  You never know where CCB’s product may turn up next.  Let the fun begin!
     
Table tops turned over to show ganging mechanisms 
only for illustration purposes.
 
Normal operation is reaching underneath the upright top to rotate the locking/ ganging devices.
CCB’s “Farmhouse” Series- modified with a wood seat
Interior images of Scene 75 from their website & social media postings