Living room, occupying the entire second floor of the house, is renovated in a typical 19th-century style and equipped with the original samples of the period. Visitors can see here the old couch with rugs and cushions woolen carpets, hung from the ceiling, oak table with chairs. Of particular attention are the niches-storage of utensils and other household items. Here you can see preserved pottery, bottles, wooden spoons, and two porcelain plates found from the cache during the restoration.
The room is illuminated by an elegant kerosene lamp and traditional terracotta oil lamps. Windows are curtained with delightful handmade curtains. Here you can see the masterpieces of art embroidery of Karabakh – towels, bedspreads, etc. Carved wooden cradle from the time of Nikol Duman is also present in the hall. A kitchen equipped with oven for cooking, is located on the balcony of the second floor of a building. Nearby, in a wall niche is set the collection
of kitchen utensils of the 19th century. This are different forged copper pots, plates, ladles, water jugs and many other objects, which are an integral part of the life of the Karabakh people.