The bungalow’s salon has French doors that lead directly to the bedroom. Three of the bedroom’s walls are painted different shades of cement grey, with a darker tone for the trim. The fourth wall is large bubble glass that faces the backyard, and open to the porch. An ornate Ottoman stained glass room divider obscured the bed from the glass. A long installed curtain rod ran across the ceiling with green and watermelon sheer curtains that could be drawn. There is a Victorian fainting couch next to the French doors. In the corner is a large mirror. There are four armoires in the room: one against the wall to the side of the mirror, and the other three lined the parallel wall. The wrought iron bed, with antique white European country chairs acting as side tables, are in the center of the room, with a black rug underneath.
Opposite the bubble glass is the bathroom, which is black and white art deco with subway tile, and accented with green and bamboo. The free-standing sink, toilet and claw footed bathtub, are porcelain; the rainforest shower and fixtures are nickel. There’s a small door across the bathroom entry that leads to a laundry room.