Aloha from CCB!


This project sure makes us “wish we were there.” 

CCB’s product has made it all the way to Embassy Suites in Kapolei, Hawaii.

CCB’s “Designer Special” series- modified
  • Wood top cap & end panels added
  • Wood OSB (outside back) added
  • Wood base added
  • Custom stain color

Seating was produced in single and double booths, several long wall benches, and 3/4 round banquettes.

Thank you to Hospitality Furnishings & Design Inc. and our CCB Sales Representatives, Jay Dickinson and Warren Dorn for the opportunity to be a part of this project.

Let us know how we can provide you with product for projects near and far.


Interior photos from the Embassy Suites website.

Ready for a Getaway? – The Inn at Chesapeake Bay Beach Club

Who could resist a getaway like this?

The Inn at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club located in Kent Island, Maryland features overnight accommodations, places to dine, meeting spaces, a spa, and multiple venue choices for hosting a wedding.

This week we are featuring how CCB‘s seating has been utilized in spaces. Photos included are just a small sampling of all of the product produced for this project.

Common & Lobby Areas
Circular “Top Hat” Seating
Uph Backless Waiting Benches

Knoxie’s Table Restaurant
Banquettes w/ Custom Uph End Panels

Inn Ballroom & Wedding Venue
Straight Uph Banquettes

Thank you to DAS Architects & Interiors and to Peyton Brown for the
opportunity to be a part of this project.

Contact us for assistance with seating that can be used in a wide range of commercial and hospitality applications.


Common & Lobby Areas

(Circular “Top Hat” Seating & Uph Backless Benches)


Knoxie’s Table Restaurant

(Straight banquettes with custom uph end panels)


Inn Ballroom & Wedding Venue

(Straight banquettes on both sides of the fireplace )

Exterior & Interior photos from the website & their Facebook page

Wasting Away – Margaritaville

Recently we featured an elegant wine venue.  This week we shift to a casual atmosphere to show you how diverse CCB’s product line really can be.

Doesn’t it make sense to feature the Margaritaville Resort in Biloxi, MS?  It is that time of the year to celebrate……

CCB‘s “Stateville” Series was used as the basis for this seating style with some modifications to create this relaxed “t-shirt and flip flops with no worries” look.

  • Narrow uph channel on the perimeter of the ISB
  • Finished wood OSB
  • Uph seat and frame offset
  • Stained enclosed base
  • Custom stain color

Thank you to Biloxi Lodging LLC and to our CCB Sales Representative, Jay Dickinson and Warren Dorn for the opportunity to be a part of this project.

No matter how or what holidays you celebrate this time of year.  Cheers!


CCB’s Seating doesn’t have to stand alone- Stafford’s Pier Restaurant

Did you know that most banquettes if specified for more than 8′ in length are typically built in multiple sections?

For access into buildings, based on material widths & yields, for frame integrity, weight & handling, shipment & packaging services, if requested)

This week we are featuring a project where multiple banquettes were used together to create a larger seating statement.

Stafford’s Pier Restaurant located in Harbour Springs, MI

In 2 corners of this restaurant, seating was designed to have a large unified look but, yet with separate distinctive groupings.

Individual banquettes were constructed and then once delivered to the site, shared uph top caps and end panels were attached to allow for the units to not have an apparent start or stop between them.

CCB’s “Shop Special” Series-modified

  • High to low sloping back heights and some at 1 height
  • Wide vertical channel upholstery detail
  • Shared uph top caps and end panels
  • Stained wood corner fillers

Thank you to KLK Partners LLC and to our CCB Sales Representative, Saeth Gronberg for the opportunity to be a part of this project.

Contact CCB to find out how we can assist you with creating custom unified seating groups.

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Restaurant photos from & Stafford’s Pier Restaurant FB page.


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