It is a carpeted room consisting of a fireplace, a tapestry, along with a few pictures hung up on the wall. A stylish chandelier illuminates the room, though unlit lamps are mounted on either side of the fireplace and the mounted shotgun. There is a long coffee table placed on the middle of the room, along with a large sofa.
In the 2002 remake, more pictures were added to the walls, as well as lamps flanking the mounted shotgun to mirror those next to the fireplace; all four are now lit. The mantel also holds twin candelabras, a clock and two statues, both of them of horses. The picture above now depicts a gathering of people instead of the abstract pattern of the original, and above that is mounted the antlers of a deer. A small cabinet sits to the left of the fireplace, and features an assortment of framed photos, dishes and trinkets. The green plant that was featured in the original Resident Evil near the entrance was replaced with a coat-hanger.
|Tapestry on the left||A tapestry. Nothing unusual.|
|Urn at the far right||An urn with a beautiful picture on it. Nothing usual.|
|Resident Evil (2002)|
|The fireplace||There are traces of something burnt here. An acrid smell permeates the air.|
|The cabinet next to the fireplace||Picture stands and bronze statues. There's nothing of interest here.|
|The table in the middle||A well-polished silver pitcher.|
- Hamamura, Koichi, ed (2002) (in Japanese). biohazard Kaitai Shinsho. Famitsu. ISBN 4-7577-0980-3.
- Takeo, Sakamoto, ed (1997) (in Japanese). Inside of BIO-HAZARD. Famitsu. ISBN 4-89366-659-2.