Booth seating is usually prime real estate in any dining atmosphere. Diners like the added comfort, privacy and overall coziness of the secluded seating. Here are three ways to amp up the privacy while incorporating booth seating into your dining environment.
Seating Concepts is proud to be apart of the new Buffalo Wild Wing restaurant design that has been unveiled.
Seating Concepts is a one stop shop when it comes to the project life cycle. With custom capabilities involving wood stain, upholstery, powder coat, fiberglass, solid surface, and edgebanding - product finishes can be overwhelming. In order to make our customer experience more seamless - we have created an online Standard Finish Guide.
Multi-use spaces are trending in cafeteria design due to the amount of schools without a dedicated cafeteria. Schools use multi-use spaces for a gym, an auditorium and a cafeteria. Mobile furniture solutions allow gym class, play practice and lunch to happen in the same room throughout the day. Here are three mobile furniture pieces that can transform any area into a cafeteria big enough to feed the masses one period and host a basketball game the next period.
Our Ronda Chair is one of our most popular chairs for obvious reasons; customizable, versatile, and durable. What’s not to love?
The Capitol Hill High School transformation shows how much of an impact furniture makes in a space. Seating Concepts pulled out all of our favorite K-12 furniture pieces to brighten the space, increase seat counts, and redirect traffic flow.
Custom is the name of the game when it comes to the Radius Brighton Booth. Choose the size, material, finish, and configuration for a booth design guaranteed to be the center of attention. The Radius Brighton Booth creates a unique conversation pit, allowing for great social interaction.
What once was a sea of mismatched folding tables is now a modern dining space for students to enjoy. Seating Concepts was able to transform Northwest Classen High School with seating variety and school colors. Post transformation, this cafeteria is unrecognizable from when Seating Concepts first stepped into the school.
Williams Dining Hall was in competition with a brand new student dining center on campus. In order to compete with the shiny new dining center, Williams Dining Hall needed to different and exiting. North Carolina A&T requested the space be warm and casual to evoke a sense of community yet upscale and contemporary to keep up with the newer space on campus.
The goal behind the Hazelwood Middle School project was to turn the cafeteria from plain and boring to fun, and energizing. Changes in graphics, seating, traffic, and lighting transformed Hazelwood's cafeteria dark and gloomy to bright and roomy.