With a fireplace in the main room, furnishing were now placed along diagonal lines. The bed and the door are set diagonally to each other, as are the fireplace and the high seat at the table.
Other new furnishings include cupboards, a grandfather clock, and a cradle hanging near the bed. A little table top between the fireplace and the bed could be lifted up and fastened to the wall. The shelf on the gable wall was used for books and other small items.
Several elements in this room come from Flesberg Church, such as the panel behind the high seat that once formed the back of a church stool.
Acquired by the museum in 1895 and rebuilt here in 1899