Anatomy of a Booth

//Anatomy of a Booth

Taking the next step into booths/banquettes can be daunting when you aren’t aware of all the options available to you. In this section you will find information that will be the building blocks to your very own booth.

Standardized Sizes

Although booths can be made in any number of sizes, industry standard has come down to the following:

Standard Height

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Bar Height

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Design Options & Styles

Different styles can be applied to the various parts of a booth, making it highly customizable and great to achieve that unique look you strive for.Anatomy of a Booth (Components)

I – Top & Side

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Wrap Around (Standard)
Top & Side Cap

II – Rear Back

back_1 back_2 back_2
Cloth Cover
Upholstered Cover
Premium Upholstered Cover

III – Base / Toe Kick

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Box Base
Legs

IV – Back

back_plain back_dia_tuft back_dia_tuft_b
Plain Back (Standard)
Diamond Tufted
Diamond Tufted (Alternate)
back_bun_tuft back_chnl_horizontal back_chnl_vertical
Bun Tufted
Horizontal Channels
Vertical Channels
back_headroll back_framed back_curved
Headroll
Framed
Curved Back
back_button back_v
Floating Buttons
Retro V-Style

V – Seat

seat_foam seat_spring
Foam
Spring

VI – Apron / Mid Base

apron_upholstered apron_veneer apron_none
Upholstered (Standard)
Veneer
None (Extended Seat)

VII – Material Application

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Regular
Railroaded

 

Preset booth styles can be found here, including some that utilize different materials. Materials will be covered in a later article.

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