Europe.It is half rich Bulgarian, half cheap Viennese. Above theheadof the bed, which stands against a little wall cutting off thecorner of the room diagonally, is a painted woodenshrine, blueand gold, with an ivory image of Christ, and a lighthangingbefore it in a pierced metal ball suspended by threechains.The principal seat, placed towards the other side of theroomand opposite the windows, is a Turkish ottoman. Thecounterpaneand hangings of the bed, the window curtains, the littlecarpet,and all the ornamental textile fabrics in the room areorientaland gorgeous: the paper on the walls is occidental andpaltry.The washstand, against the wall on the side nearest theottomanand window, consists of an enamelled iron basin with apailbeneath it in a painted metal frame, and a single towel ontherail at the side. A chair near it is of Austrian bent wood,withcane seat. The dressing table, between the bed and thewindow,is a common pine table, covered with a cloth of manycolors,with an expensive toilet mirror on it. The door is on thesidenearest the bed, and there is a chest of drawers between.