Jane and Jill's Room:
This bedroom is very simply decorated, less for living in than for sleeping in. There is a twin-sized bunk bed against a wall with coral and orange sheets on the bottom bed and dark blue sheets on the top, with a bookshelf beside it. A dresser stands near the foot of the bed. The focal point, however, is in the opposite corner: a dark red punching bag. Other than that, the only other signs that this room is lived in is the occasional candy wrapper on the floor and the viola sheet music scattered on the bookshelves.Pascale's Room:
A simple, but well organized room that's always kept neat and tidy. There are no signs of anything personal except for a pair of pointed shoes on the bookshelf, and a picture of Pascale's family. There are lots of books, including classics, romance novels, other fiction, and reference books.Sylvia's Room:
Sylvia's room is a slight bit of a mess, boxes of different sizes stacked in a corner. There is a bed in the opposite corner. A few feet away from the bed is a nightstand where a lamp is placed over a large glass aquarium where a bearded dragon lives.