This interior of a room represents the drawing room of the 19th –20th century’s peasant household. It was mainly used to entertain guests or for family gatherings on rare occasions. It was always kept clean and neat, equipped with pieces of furniture belonging to the lady or the master of the house.
In the corner hang a small cabinet, often holding religious relics, family photos, medicine or tiny oil paintings of our national heroes, Lajos Kossuth and of those who partook in our war of independence in 1848-49.
A rack holding jugs and plates was placed above the corner bench and the dining table, where they secured the best seat, opposite the door, for the master of the house or special guests.