The furnishing of the dwelling house mirrors the lifestyle of the peasants of the homesteads of Lajosmizse at the turn of the century. The middle room of the house was the kitchen, which was made up of two parts: the porch, which also functioned as a hallway and the bottom of the chimney. Dishes of pottery hang on the walls of the porch. Under the chimney three inglenooks was placed: one to place tools on, the other was the 'nice inglenook', and the third was the heating inglenook with a pot. Behind the middle inglenook, a cavity in a semi circle is carved in the wall to keep the tools and equipments there.