Natural wood surfaces were used, but also many shades of anthracite and gray. The bathroom could be equipped with a shower at ground level.
The towel rack can be moved along the large format tiled wall, as needed. The windows were renewed – in close coordination with the preservation of historical monuments – against wooden windows with a division matching the building period.
All room doors originate from the Wilhelminian period and could be preserved. The leaves and ribs were painstakingly handcrafted to match their original divisions. A final coat of paint was not applied in favor of the characterful appearance that emerged after paint stripping.