As you can see, the settee above is in the foyer of the building. Normally there are two sets of tables and chairs big enough for a mansion ... the settee looks lost after being used to seeing the space filled.
I have a 3 piece suite in similar style but the cushions keep sliding out of position. Not good for bad backs.
Down the stairs to see some more
Only problem with this is that you need long legs to sit on it. If, like me, you only have little legs the strain on the back is awful.
Glass chairs? Well, no, but they fooled me at first
Ah the kitchen area. The table in the middle ...
... actually doubles as a sink
I'm wondering about that ... what if you had a smelly drain? And how do you stop water splashing all over the draining area? If you did have a spillage on one of those it would soon flow onto the floor. I have a modern sink in the laundry room and it's a nightmare if water splashes outside the sink. When we moved in to the present house I made sure I kept the old style stainless steel kitchen sink with proper drainers either side. There are no nightmares with that one. I guess manufacturers gear their products to people with dishwashers and washing machines. I have both but not everything goes into the dishwasher and not everything is machine washable.
Thought you might like to see this dining furniture. According to the notice it's the only one in the store. Sold as seen. I foresee it being there for a while. Which average customer would want a see-through table and highly ostentatious chairs in their three-up and three-down? Providing they could get it in, of course. Notice the legs, or 'support' or maybe upside-down legs? Whatever, even if I owned a palace this wouldn't be given house room. Heehe, if anything calls for a table cloth, this does.