The subject of todays’ post is anything but a unique and groundbreaking subject matter to the regulars of the blogosphere.

But as well as the place of random eye candy and occasional life happenings updates, Designalogue is also a place where clients drop on in and see what I have been up to and see examples of the things that I have been prattling on to them about!

So today’s post is just that! For the lovely Mrs R – this is what I’ve been going on and on and on about!…

The rest of you are ofcourse more than welcome. so strap yourselves in – there is a whole lotta coming…

So then… banquet seating…

Strike the vinyl number found at the local pizza joint image from your mind. As the following eye candy will prove – banquet seating is suitable for all kinds of interiors.

Psst – I also want to point out with this picture just how well a banquet can be used with classic furniture pieces. Nothing screaming kitcheney in this lil number!

Phoebe Howard

This is just a closer image of the same – just to get that point well & truly fixed in your mind! (though in the reality of this pic, I doubt the lamp could really be that close…elbows & animated conversation & all that!)

Pheobe Howard

Phoebe Howard

This next little lot give good examples of how custom made upholstered furniture pieces can be used as banquet seating. I say custom made due to table heights and table lengths.

Phoebe Howard

Phoebe Howard

Kishani Perera

Kishani Perera

Kenneth Brown Design

Kenneth Brown Design

Wilson & Assoc - via Desire to Inspire

Wilson & Assoc - via Desire to Inspire

These next lot of eye candy are examples of custom built in banquets: (side note -can be a good use for extra storage underneath!)

Via House of Turquoise

via House of Turquoise

Via Desire to Inspire

Via Desire to Inspire

Steven Gambrel

Steven Gambrel

Markham Roberts

Markham Roberts

Steven Gambrel

Steven Gambrel

Tim Clarke

Tim Clarke

Christopher Maya

Christopher Maya

Tori Golub Interiors

Tori Golub Interiors

Robyn Karp Interiors via Desire to Inspire

Robyn Karp Interiors via Desire to Inspire

Steven Gambrel

Steven Gambrel

Kenneth Brown Design

Kenneth Brown Design

Wilson & assoc via Desire to Inspire

Wilson & assoc via Desire to Inspire

Tim Clarke

Tim Clarke

Peter Dunham

Peter Dunham

not sure where I found this!

not sure where I found this!

via Absolutely Beautiful Things

Always a padded bench option… may look great in a picture, but personally just makes me think of sore backs!

Homes & Gardens

Homes & Gardens

Diamond Baratta Design

Diamond Baratta Design

These next are an example of purpose built installations:

Todd Romano

Todd Romano

Shelton Mindel

Shelton Mindel via Desire to Inspire

Kinney Chan & Assoc

OK, so yeah, this is the same room as above…a different angle…but the chairs are quite fabulous & deserve another look in!

Kinney Chan & Assoc

Kinney Chan & Assoc

Andrew Suvlasky Designs

Andrew Suvlasky Designs

Kinney Chan & Assoc

Kinney Chan & Assoc

And so that’s that subject done for now!! What do you say Mrs R – shall we do it?!!

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