I use this table as a sofa table. It is solid oak with barley twist legs. The neat thing about it is that the top opens up and slides to the center. It becomes a regular size dining table. Perfect when I need more seating for a 24 person formal sit down dinner that I will never have.
There is a walkway across to the guest bedroom between and above the small dining room and the large sunroom. The rail on one side has to be solid because it covers the truss that supports the walkway and attached bedroom. I put a real horse blanket on it in a decorating binge many years ago. Sometime later I put an old saddle on the blanket. Some of my jardinieres frame the horse motif.
The bedroom at the other end of the horse blanket walkway has three stained glass windows that open like French doors. The stained glass windows are from the now demolished 1905 girl's dormitory at St. Theresa's College in Winona, Minnesota. There are three more windows that match these at other points nearby.
I really liked rebuilding my house. I was able to incorporate a number of antique stained glass windows and other architectural antiques into the design. I will do similar incorporations if I ever build another place.