In real estate it’s “location, location, location,” but for dining and catering for a private event area, we think “options, options, options” for seating and tables might just be the tag phrase.
Mama Maria’s Pizzeria & Ristorante located in Bensenville, IL has captured just that with CCB’s Products.
Bar height banquettes based on CCB’s “Gastonia” Series have been modified to have a custom back height, wide channel sections uph on the ISB with 2 large uph “push buttons,” and custom stain color.
Dining height banquettes based on CCB’s “Raleigh” Series have been modified with a custom back height and with the large uph “push button” detail to match the bar height banquettes.
Dining tables were produced in 2 heights as well.
CCB’s Random Plank Ash Solid Wood Table Tops (1.25″ thickness) were produced to be used at standard dining height and with hinged tops to allow for square to round dining surfaces and drop leaves to extend square tops to rectangular. This provides the ultimate flexibility for accommodating larger and smaller groups and allowing for multiple table configurations in their private dining space. A custom stain color was utilized.
CCB’s Multi-Species Random Plank Solid Wood Table Tops (1.75″ thickness constructed of Ash, Cherry, Maple, & Poplar) were produced to create bar height tables. CCB’s Vintage stain w/ heavy “Farmhouse” distressing create quite a striking contrast and captures the “Rustic Villa” element of Italy.
So whether you need to accommodate high or low seating and tables and with the flexibility to move furnishings around we think this project illustrates success!
Thank you to Thomas Ullo Designs and to our CCB Sales Representative, Paul Johnopols for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
(CCB’s “Gastonia” series- modified)
Dining Height Banquettes
(CCB’s “Raleigh” Series- modified)
CCB’s Random Plank Solid Ash Wood Top- 1.25″
(Mama Maria’s project produced in custom stain color)
CCB’s Multi-Species Random Plank Wood Tops – 1.75″
(Ash, Cherry, Maple, & Poplar in
CCB Vintage Stain w/ heavy “Farmhouse” distressing)
Photos from mmpizzeria.com and their Facebook page.