Field Notes

Benefits of Buying American Made Furniture

When purchasing your restaurant’s furniture, there are many factors to consider. Vendor selection, product mix, materials, durability, lead times, and finishes…the list goes on and on....

Posted in American Made, education, Project, American Hardwood, Inspiration, Made in USA, Middle American, Natural, American White Oak, sustainability

Designing a Restaurant Floor Plan

Crow Works is your one-stop-shop for all of your commercial dining room needs. From chairs, stools, and tables of various styles and heights to booths and banquettes, we have durable products that...

Posted in commercial, Crow Works, Design, furniture, restaurant, American Hardwood, Hospitality, Made in USA, manufacturing, Middle American, chair, product design, color

Booth vs. Banquette: What's the Difference?

The terms “booth” and “banquette” are often used interchangeably, but there are some subtle differences between the two variations. Kind of like how all bourbon is whiskey but not all whiskey is...

Posted in commercial, Crow Works, Design, furniture, restaurant, American Hardwood, Hospitality, Made in USA, manufacturing, Middle American, chair, product design, color

Meet the Dalton

Our Canteen chair and stools have served our clients very well, but we wanted to make some adjustments to the design to reduce weight while improving comfort and durability. As a result, we...
Posted in commercial, Crow Works, Design, furniture, restaurant, American Hardwood, Hospitality, Made in USA, manufacturing, Middle American, chair, product design, color
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