The living-room was the only room which could be heated. In order to provide isolation the walls were covered with wood. To warm themselves the farmers lay down on the bench or right on the bench on the top of the stove itself. In the corner of the so-called "Lord's Corner" stands the dining-table. Most of the time people ate from the big iron-pan, placed in the middle of the table. The cutlery was licked off and put back in the fastenings next to the window.
The folding table on the opposite wall was used for craftwork especially on evenings during the long winter months. Further details are the spinning wheel, a tool to spin cables, old farmers' calendars, religious drawings and old family pictures.