- Varying back heights
- Crumb detail- omitted
- Stained wood base added
- Custom stain color
The possibilities with CCB product are endless……
- Shelter style uph OSB & arms added (banquette 1)
- Custom overall height uph back (banquette 2)
- Uph details with welt
- Customized seat & overall depth
- Uph foam seat (little or no crown compared to CCB’s sinuous spring seat construction)
- CCB’s Black stain on wood frame & legs
Thank you to Christopher Ameel Interior Design and to our CCB Sales Representative, Saeth Gronberg for the opportunity to produce banquette seating for this project.
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- Custom Height
- Biscuit Tufted ISB detail
- Uph Frame
- Enclosed Black ABS Base
“Capiche”– Do you understand? or I understand.
We understand that the seating for this project makes quite a statement. No questions here.
CCB’s “Shop Special” Series– modified
Wood top caps & end panels – added
Wide wood frame below the uph seat- added
Biscuit tufted ISB detail – modified
(pulled only at tufted intersections, no uph buttons)
Finished w/ upholstery on the OSB (visible through the window)
Thank you to Indigo Inc. and our CCB Sales Representative, Quinton Macon for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
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This project sure makes us “wish we were there.”
CCB’s product has made it all the way to Embassy Suites in Kapolei, Hawaii.
- 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.
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Interior photos from the Embassy Suites website.
Although the location name is “The Standard” for the Rick Erwin’s location in the Greenville/ Spartanburg, SC area, the CCB seating styles are not standard and have been customized to create a rich look.
CCB’s “Shop Special” series also had wood top caps and wood panels added.
We hope you will agree the results are quite striking especially with the upholstery selections specified for this project.
Thank you to Craig Gaulden Davis, Ballentine Equipment Company, Camp Burton, and All Around Reps for the opportunity to be a part of this order.
Interior photos from The Standard website and their social media postings.
CCB‘s “Metropolitan” series was used for the seating with varying back heights and with wood legs added. We are in love and “mad with plaid” upholstery that was selected for the single and double booths as well as a long wall banquette.
CCB‘s Random Plank Solid Ash Wood Table Tops in a 1.75″ thickness were also produced for this project in standard shaped tops and for tables with hinged drop leafs. All CCB table tops were finished in CCB Natural which created a striking contrast with the CCB Black finish applied to the seating legs.
Thank you to Dream House Furnishings and to our CCB Sales Representatives, Jay Dickinson and Warren Dorn for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
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CCB Random Plank Solid Ash Table Tops -1.75″ thickness
CCB Natural Finish (photo right)
Interior images from Dream House Furnishing‘s Facebook page.
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.
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)
(Mama Maria’s project produced in custom stain color)
(Ash, Cherry, Maple, & Poplar in
CCB Vintage Stain w/ heavy “Farmhouse” distressing)