back wall, would be a built in bench, possibly surrounded by shelving units. Slimline desk to run along one wall, enough tor two work stations, slim line book selves along the other wall
for a back room...Back den...back office...ladder back chairs
in the back. If you love the look of antique wicker than I would go with a down-wrapped foam core seat and fitted tightly-filled down back cushions that cover the entire back. Also depth and slant are key, and some of the antique wicker pieces are a little more shallow and upright, so you won't get
into the back wall of tile to give some visual texture to the room. The flooring is 12x12 terrazzo tiles that work perfectly off the blue glass 6x12 tile on the back wall. The other walls are limestone. The countertops are blue lagos Ceasarstone.
All in all, this bath really packs a powerful punch in