The interior of an apartment within a triple-decker home in Central Falls. A couple is seated at the kitchen table. The interior of triple-decker houses varied by social status. A working-class family’s home would include a parlor, kitchen, bedrooms, and sometimes a bathroom and toilet. Taking a step up from this, the triple-decker interior may include an additional dining room or parlor, at least three bedrooms and a bathroom. The most luxurious triple-decker houses may have had stained-glass windows, a fireplace and several extra bay windows for optimal lighting.
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Rental housing -- Rhode Island -- Central Falls; Dwellings -- Rhode Island -- Central Falls; Interior architecture -- Room layout (dwellings); Interior decoration;
United States of America
Smolski, Chet, "Triple-Decker Interior" (1970). Smolski Images. 186.