- Varying overall heights
- Various Shapes – Long wall benches, custom radius to align with a wall, “L” shaped, “U” shaped, and a radius with no corner fillers
- Custom laminate bases with electrical outlets
CCB originated as a restaurant booth and table manufacturing company primarily servicing restaurant dealers. As our customer base and project scope has expanded, we have embraced your requests to produce product that is far beyond the realm of “booth” seating.
Seating produced for Hotel Indigo in Birmingham, AL is a perfect example of this.
This Hotel Indigo location has history as well. This area was the location of the first apothecary in Birmingham. This Art Deco inspired building from the 1930’s was constructed to house medical offices.
The “RX Lounge” where CCB’s seating is located gives a nod to the architectural history.
Thank you to Hospitality Furnishings & Design and our CCB Sales Representatives, Warren Dorn & Jay Dickinson for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
We think this is a good example of a Remedy to standard seating.
Outlet units installed in the stained wood bases
Interior & exterior building photos from the Hotel Indigo Birmingham website.
The clean and simple lines of this banquette can be used in virtually any style of space- modern, transitional, and even traditional. The uph selections on this project are quite striking!
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 seating for your next project.
Genscape located in Louisville, KY provides data and analysis for global commodity & energy markets.
So it is quite fitting that an orange toned upholstery was selected for this office project.
The hues of orange located on the color wheel between red (a color of energy) and yellow (a color of happiness) are believed to have these characteristics:
CCB’s “Designer Special” was modified to create this office seating:
Thank you to L.W.H. Design and our CCB Sales Representatives, Jay Dickinson and Warren Dorn for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
“At CCB we are more than just restaurant booths”
The Knight Cap Restaurant is located in Lansing, Michigan and is the project featured this week with CCB’s seating.
A mix of styles and features from CCB’s “Designer Special” and
CCB’s “Monroe” series were blended together to create this
* Custom Height
* Addition of an uph end panel
* ISB with biscuit tufting and welt detail
* 1 piece uph “Big Seat”
* Enclosed base
Thank you to Pace Howe Design for specifying this product and our CCB sales representatives, Saeth Gronberg and Steve Gottbreht for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Let us know how we can assist you with your next project.
Restaurant interior images from knightcap.com
The Friendly Toast is a breakfast restaurant and bar with a definite sense of whimsy. CCB recently produced seating and tables for their Boston, MA location.
The products for this project had a retro appeal. CCB’s “Oldies” Series was used as singles and doubles as well as bar height seating.
CCB’s “Standard” Series was used as a wall bench with a vertical channel uph detail added.
The table tops produced didn’t get forgotten when tapping into the retro and vintage diner feel. Patterned laminates were paired with a fluted aluminum edge.
Thank you to Gordon Food Service and our CCB Sales Representatives, Dave Abramson and Mark DiBenedetto for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Please contact CCB with any questions about the seating and table products available.
CCB’s “Oldies” Series
CCB’s “Standard” Series w/ Vertical Channel Uph
CCB’s “Oldies” Series- Bar Height
Interior photography and images from thefriendlytoast.com website & social media
Laminate Tables with Fluted Aluminum Edge
Laminates as specified
Did you know that a name, a logo, or even a custom graphic can be incorporated into the design of our seating product?
CCB’s “Durham” Series was recently modified for just this purpose.
So here’s another opening to new possibilities on 1-of-a-kind seating!
Thank you to Empire Office Products and our CCB Sales Representatives, Steve Gottbreht and Saeth Gronberg for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Let us know if we can provide you with additional info on the products available through CCB.
|You may recognize the name of Designer Taniya Nayak from the TV show “Restaurant Impossible” featured on the Food Network Channel.
We recently had the opportunity to work on one of her other design projects Tavern & Table located in Mt Pleasant, SC. The design details of 3 custom wall benches included varying back heights with a scalloped top detail, “push button” uph detail on the ISB, custom shaped arms, and tapered wood legs at the front with a enclosed base installed behind.
Thank you to Taniya Nayak Design and our CCB Sales Representative, Quinton Macon for the opportunity to be a part of this project. We hope to have more opportunities to work with Ms. Nayak and her design team. Maybe you will even have an opportunity to see CCB on the Food Network at some point!
We hope you will find this product inspirational for your next seating project.
Tavern & Table