Trim or symmetry for archways?
We are slowing plodding along on a big home addition. We will have two archways (plain rectangles not curved at this point) in a structural wall. One archway leads to the living room from our kitchen and one leads to the hall and down to foyer also from our kitchen. There is a long pennisula attached to the wall in between the archways. My designer was suggesting leaving 3 inches of wall on each side of the pennisula counter overhang just in case we wanted to put trim around the arches at some point. However if we go down to 2 1/4 inches on each side we can get the archways the exact same size (around 50 inch opening). I have attached an image of the kitchen.
1)Do people trim around archways? I prefer a more transitional style leaning a bit to the traditional style. Our house prior to addition was built 22 years ago so not an old historical house at all (not in an old neighbourhood either). I wasn't planning on trimming around the other archways in the house, just wondered about these two due to size and place in the home.
2)Would it be better to have the two archways exactly the same size or have them slightly different sizes so we could have room to trim.?