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Banquette Seating

Design Your Own Banquette Seating

Follow the steps outlined below to try out different styles of seating and colour combinations

Choose your colour...

Charcoal
Brown
Grey
Army Green
Sand
Light Grey
Moon Green
Yellow
Lime Green
Light Turquoise
Dark Turquoise
Green
Orange
Pink
Red
Raspberry
Purple
Dusky Blue
Dark Blue
Light Blue

Choose your style...

Plain Back

Plain Back

Surface Button

Surface Button

Deep Button

Deep Button

Split Back

Split Back

High Back

High Back

Fluted

Fluted

Fluted 2

Fluted 2

Flute & Roll

Flute & Roll

Roll Back

Roll Back

Low Back

Low Back

Shallow Seat

Shallow Seat

Panel Back

Panel Back

U Booths

U Booths

Diner Booths

Diner Booths

Additional Options

Enquire directly with our sales team about these and other specific options

Uplighting

Storage

Legs

Brass Rails

Style Options

‘Diner Booth’ Seating
Enables users to engage with one another, making it a more intimate experience. It can be fixed to the floor or free standing.

Semi Circular Booth Seating
The semi-circular booth is a great way of creating ‘top-tables’ or feature areas in a restaurant or bar.

Straight Run Seating
The unit can be run along the wall as a way of maximising covers in a restaurant or increasing floor space in a bar. A combination of standard dining chairs facing a medium height booth is a tried and tested way of creating a comfortable and relaxing dining experience.

Low Level Seating
For a less formal, more relaxed approach and to create a feeling of spaciousness, low seating is the ideal solution. Especially good for basement or loft areas where overhead space is restricted.

High Back Seating
A high back is an effective way for dividing a room into separate areas, as well as acoustically separating them. Can create a sense of drama and drama to your venue.

Split Back Seating
The split back creates a strong visual effect and is an effective way of combining different fabrics.

Deep Button Seating
The deep button look is a popular choice which is inspired by the classic Chesterfield sofa. This feature works well for both traditional and contemporary interiors adding a sense of timeless luxury.

Surface Buttons
Surface buttoning introduces a clean contemporary aesthetic and is a subtle detail which creates visual interest. Using contrasting fabrics is another way of creating an individual style.

Horizontal Fluting
Individual flutes can be upholstered in contrasting or complementary fabrics. The flutes are often positioned to provide an enhanced level of comfort by providing lumber support at the base of the seat.

Vertical Fluting
Create a smart modern and metropolitan feel with vertical fluting. As a way of disguising an unusually shaped room, vertical fluting is hard to beat.

Contrast Piping
Pure Americana. This simple yet effective design feature evokes hot summers, jukeboxes and ice cream sundaes.

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