Georgian design, which was characterized by an adherence to theories of order, symmetry, and proportion and represented a significant departure from earlier English decorative traditions. The first buildings in the colonies had irregular facades and were essentially postmedieval structures. These small houses often consisted of two simple rooms. The decoration of these rooms reflected the skill of the housewright, who embellished his labor—the house's primary structural timbers—with basic woodworking tools.
Lydia has a large working kitchen with a prep table she can dine at as well.
Her armoire holds her hat, slippers and accessories.