The Blue Room is a beautifully proportioned
square room about 4 x 4 metres, with original high ceiling and
wooden decorative panels overlaid on white plasterwork.
The light is good, having a south facing bay window and west facing 1920's
glass panelled double doors onto a verandah which has been
partially enclosed for privacy and discrete entry. This
room contains a blue settee and four armchairs upholstered in
fabric painted by West Australian artist Pamela Walter. A
reconditioned jarrah desk sits in the bay window. A
central carpet leaves jarrah boards exposed to view, giving the
room a sense of warmth and calm.