we like the rounded shape
another mirror maybe? PRO/Feinmann: "floor is strie tile [faint streaked lines of color close in tone to the background], 12 x 24, called Sienna Silver Travertine manufactured by Walker Zanger, purchased locally through Tile Showcase. The tile behind sink is from collection called Porcellana Bianco but the tiles now come in a different size (larger 8x24)."
Giulietti Schouten Architects: General rule is 24" to 27" per seating area. I like to have at least the 27" in width per chair.... It is difficult to have a more formal dinner in a nook or at a kitchen bar. I never like to think of a dining room as a formal space. I like to see it used day to day rather than just on special occasions or for dinner parties. This question is more of a lifestyle question and will vary from person to person and family to family. If you do not entertain or if you live alone or if you have a small family, an eat-in-kitchen may serve your lifestyle just fine.
The knife-edge cushion is the simplest and most popular of all the cushions. It has just two pieces of fabric and four side seams that taper into sharp corners. Why not add a border in another color to an otherwise monochromatic cushion, as shown here? If you want a zipper, get one that matches the fabric color. You can also ask for an envelope-back cover — as the name suggests, the back fabric is overlapped to create the closure. The insert in a knife-edge cushion tends to look fuller in the middle and thinner on the edges. Use a feather-down blend, which will hold its shape and doesn't need as much fluffing as a 100 percent down insert.
they arranged trim of 2 kinds, and set the bed area apart, in open area.