It’s incredible how far apartment living has come and how many are centered around building a community with upscale amenities and shared spaces. Take a look at this custom banquette produced for Oak Creek Apartment Community in Lewis Center, OH.
CCB’s Statesville Series was modifiedto create this statement piece!
Custom Height & Depth
Nailhead Trim in a “Panel” Pattern
Uph Seat & Frame flush at the front
Wood Base stained in CCB Driftwoood
Thank you to Champion Real Estate Services & Construction Co. and our CCB Sales Representative, Jay Dickinson for the opportunity to be a part of this project. Let us know how we can be a part of your next project.
Interior images from the Oak Creek at Polaris website.
We love to share projects where the end user has the same philosophy as CCB.
Canon & Draw Brewing Co. located in Richmond, VA in the historic fan districtprides itself on the “craftsmanship and artistry” of their beers. They have created an environment for their customers to pause and savor life.
At CCB, we pride ourselves in crafting our handmade products in the USA for the enjoyment and longevity of use by others. We have our own building blocks and just like the basis of craft beers that we use to re-invent and create product for each new project.
For this project the CCB “Shop Special” was the basis with a few custom options to create this look.
CCB’s “Shop Special” series- modified
Wood Top Caps & End Panels- added
Diamond Tufted ISB (inside back) – added
Wood OSB (outside back) – added
Uph 1 Piece “Big Seat”
“U” Shaped Booths were ganged together with shared top caps and end panels to create a unified look for all 3 of the banquettes.
Thank you to Campfire & Co. and our CCB Sales Representative, Jim Hoffman for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Interior images from Canon & Draw’s website and social media postings and from Campfire & Co. website.
The Chesterfield sofa is quite an icon of the furniture design world. The story goes that the origin may date back to the 1700’s to Lord Phillip Stanhope, the fourth Earl of Chesterfield. The Earl wished to have a piece of furniture to sit up very straight, in the upmost comfort, and not crease ones garments as they sat. With those concepts in mind, he commissioned a local crafts person and the furniture style and name was born.
CCB produced a custom banquette inspired by a “Chesterfield” sofa for
SW Clyborne Co. located in Mason, OH including all of the classic details: wide roll over back and arms, diamond tufting, loose seat cushions, and wooden legs. Bolsters were specified to create dividers in the seating areas.
Other areas of the restaurant included bar height and dining height banquettes based on CCB’s “Designer Special” series modified with vertical channel uph and was produced in long wall benches, “U” shaped, and 3/4 rounds.
How’s that for being inspired by furniture history?
Thank you to C & T Design & Equipment and to our CCB Sales Representative, Warren Dorn for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Let us know how we can be a part of your next hospitality project.
As a second introduction this week, we wanted to let you know that we are offering 2 New Stain Colors as Standard finishes:
is a medium brown with an equal balance of warm undertones. Not too red, orange, or gold. A traditional, transitional, a mid-century or even a vintage feel.
is a neutral colored stain with a gray to cool brown cast which can take on a modern sleek feel or go to the opposite extreme of coastal or rustic. Just depends on what you decide.
As with all stain colors there will be some shade and color variations that will occur as it is applied to each unique piece of wood. Images of CCB stain colors are for gerenal reference only and should not be used to make final color selections.
Contact Customer Service to receive actual stain samples.
But if you cannot find what you need for your project, then don’t forget that for a nominal charge that CCB can match a sample submitted to create a custom stain color.
The stain options for your seating & tables have expanded and may just be limitless!
We are always working to develop new product lines that will entice our customers and will capture the design and and style trends.
CCB’s playing with Fire- “Charred Ash”…………….
We have pulled our inspiration from:
Charred wood barrels used for the distilling of whiskey & wine
“Shou-Sugi-Ban”- a style of fire finishing technique used in Japanese Architecture
The use of natural materials with a sensitivity to elements & their environment
Capturing rustic & industrial looks
We are excited to introduce a New Wood Table Top:
CCB’s “Charred Ash” Solid Wood Table Tops
CCB’s Charred Wood Table Tops are made of random plank solid Ash in a 1.25″ thickness. A flame and heat source are applied to the wood tops to create a darkening and burnishing effect that emphasizes the grain of the Ash wood. After this “Charring” process, a high solids catalyzed conversion varnish is applied to preserve the transformed look of the wood.
CCB’s “Charred Ash” is a light to medium technique which emphasizes and darkens
the Natural Grain Patterns while still maintaining the lighter appearance of the solid Ash wood.
There will be some variation on each table top due to the individual wood plank characteristics as well as the charring process which will be applied by hand at CCB.
Please contact your CCB Sales Representative to see their sales panel in person.
We hope that this will light a “FIRE” to your Projects!