Greg, Bill, Pete, and Ray, thanks again for your comments.
I've spend a little time bouncing the coffee shop area around in my head. Time to stop thinking and start working!!!!!
I also realized that I am going to need some benches for the waiting area. Don't know how many but I know it will be more than one. I just finished the masters for a right end, a left end, a seat and a back. The rubber is setting up right now and I should be able to start casting later today or tomorrow morning.
Ray, First I printed them on overhead slide material but I did not like the result, quite flimsy and I don't think as clear as can be. Then I printed them on a clear laminating sheet, removed the backing, and applied that to heavier clear plastic.
I'm not done with that double door yet, it needs a metal edging between the doors.
Bill - Yes, I found a photo of a sort of art deco one that I will use.
Frederic - Sorry, I guess I should say it more often. All my models are 1/24 scale (1/2 inch = 1 foot). Yes, I wanted just a bit of shine to the bench seats, they were not likely leather but Naugahyde, a material manufactured to look like leather.