Booth seating – the latest trend for restaurant seating

March 5th, 2018 by

What is so alluring about dining in a restaurant booth, and what are the benefits of using them in your design? Here are eight factors to consider: More guests per square foot. Because restaurant booths go back-to-back, they take up a smaller overall footprint than a table and chair configuration. You don’t have to worry about allowing for […]

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Why Banquette seating is so popular?

June 3rd, 2015 by

Why is every new design brief for Restaurants, Bars and Cafes that we regularly receive, based on using Banquette seating? Because chairs need to slide in and out, and providing tables and chairs isn’t always the most efficient way to furnish a public eating area. If space is at a premium, consider Banquette seating. Banquette […]

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Seating at the Bedruthan Steps Hotel

Banquettes in Hotels

May 28th, 2014 by

Built in banquette seating makes for a super space saving and stylish seating alternative. Mixed in with freestanding seating it offers variety and allows hotels to cater to a large amount of people, a wedding or conference for example. Creating extra seating capacity is a good string to a hotel interior’s bow. The informal yet […]

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Be inspired by Banquette Seating

April 10th, 2014 by

Banquette seating is getting ever-more popular, and not just in hotels and restaurants but in homes too.  At Penwith Upholstery we really know banquette seating, we know how to design it to fit into the most interesting of spaces, creating interior dynamics that encourage your visitors to sit down and enjoy. Banquette seating is specifically […]

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Different Types of Banquette Seating

January 20th, 2014 by

We have been working in the upholstery and contract furniture business for many years now and have established a certain reputation for supplying bespoke quality banquette restaurant seating to a number of different sectors, particularly the hospitality and leisure sectors. There is always a need for fixed seating, particularly in bars, restaurants and hotels, which […]

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