CCB’s gone Country Club

“We are more than just Restaurant Booths.”

This week we are featuring 2 projects produced for Country Clubs.

Athens Country Club

Athens, GA

CCB’s “Durham” SeriesModified for single & double booths

ISB & OSB w/ horizontal plank look  

(Std Durham has vertical bead board detail)

Uph hanging back pad- added

Uph foam seat- added

Custom white finish

Surf Golf & Beach Club

Myrtle Beach, SC

CCB’s Waiting Bench WB-005

Uph Foam Seat

Custom Size (length, width, depth, & height)

Wood Stain in CCB Cherry

Thank you to Sheldon Dean Designs LLC and our CCB Sales Representative, Jeff Wells for the opportunity to be a part of the Athens Country Club project.

Thank you to e3 Studio and our CCB Sales Representative, Quinton Macon for the opportunity to be a part of the Surf Golf & Beach Club renovation project.

Let us know how CCB can be a part of your next commercial or hospitality design!










All Aboard for this Seating- Norfolk Southern

“CCB is more than just Restaurant Booths.”

CCB’s “Metropolitan” series was used as the basis for seating produced for the Norfolk Southern Railway’s corporate offices located in Norfolk, VA.

Black and white vinyl upholstery combinations were utilized to match the corporate colors as well as a custom printed vinyl with their horse logo and linear railway pattern.

Thank you to New Day Office for the opportunity to be a part of this project which helps to illustrate CCB product used in different settings besides just restaurants.

Let us know how we can provide seating for your next project.


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A History Lesson with CCB- The Swamp Fox

CCB’s seating is being used in Charleston’s Historic Francis Marion Hotel, which was built in 1924 which features a restaurant and bar named Swamp Fox.

The hotel was named after General Francis Marion who was called the “Swamp Fox” of the American Revolution.  The General was know as a commissioned officer and for leading fighters in the low-country swamps of South Carolina.

CCB’s “Raleigh” Series was used as the basis for a long banquette in the restaurant and bar area of the hotel.

This seating style features a ISB with wide channeled sections with “X” stitching and a large uph “push button,” a roll over top detail, a shaped uph end panel, a large 1 piece “big seat”, and wooden legs.

Thank you to Charleston Commercial Interiors for the opportunity to be a part of this piece of the hotel’s history.



Charleston’s Historic Francis Marion Hotel 

-built in 1924-





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CCB’s “Raleigh” Series Seating