Outside the Yellow Room lay a hallway that had the carefree pep of a prison in Central America. To the left lay the garage, to the right steps to a landing that either led to the main part of the house and a window facing a grid of dusty bricks, or down to the Garden Room and beyond. The immediate wall needed... something, so I cut a window into it, then finished it off with the saved wood paneling (see: Garden Room) to give it a hunting lodge feel, minus the mounted fish. The walls on the stairs were pebbly and, well, depressing, as did the light, which needed someone hanging from it (see: Haunted Mansion). I located a nice kitchen light, rewired it to flip, then installed it. The walls were skimcoat textured then painted, the window repaired and glass replaced with a patterned glass for light. The rest of the paneling was edged with saved paneling.