This is smaller than the double room, and was meant for the child or children of the family. From the window, you can see the first-floor landing, the hall, the street and the inner courtyard. Although the window is smaller, it allows for excellent ventilation. Once again, the wooden box that houses the blind, the lift cords and the mechanism that holds these in place are not recessed, and are visible from the inside.
A wardrobe with the same characteristics as the one in the other bedroom is also located here. The bed is a German model that was quite common at the time, with a head and foot in curved, chrome-plated steel tubing. The same type of bedside table, a 1930s ceiling light with a glass globe, a Thonet chair, a hand-woven wool rug and original bedding from the 1930s have also been placed in the room.