A U-shaped booth in the corner, which looks like it could fit a half-dozen people if they are all willing to squish together. The booth is upholstered in sturdy, comfortable fabric, impervious to spills. Several small throw pillows are at home in the corner booth -- bright colorful things with fanciful patterns that owe something to the Near East.
Small Mosaic Table:
A small round table, its tabletop made of a pattern in colorful mosaic tile. The pattern is simple but well-executed; a classic celestial motif in golds and blues. Three curvy black chairs made of lightweight metal huddle around the table, like old friends engaged in conversation.
Glass Top Table:
Four simple wooden chairs cluster around this table. The surface of the table is glass, and various items have been placed underneath the glass for visual interest. Postcards, tarot cards, tea labels, photos of Albuquerque, vintage coffee advertisements, and more -- there's no shortage of visual territory for the eye to wander through.
Four plush chairs are pulled up near the kiva, a comfortable place to enjoy a beverage. A small coffee table is placed between the chairs; it is a sturdy wooden construction with a shiny brass top. A decorative pattern has been hammered into the metal.
Couch with Journal Table:
A cozy sofa, big enough to fit four people. Covered in rich chocolate fabric the color of coffee, it's neither pristine nor shabby -- just the right amount of lived-in to be comfortable.
A coffee table is placed in front of the couch, and a black journal book rests on the table's surface. The journal's pages are filled with writing, poems, and art from visitors, blank pages encouraging the viewer to add more. Sometimes beautiful, sometimes obscene, the journal is rarely boring.