The bedroom has been moved back to where it was in the Willets's time. Before that, it was located where the study is now. The bedroom furniture is typical of the 19th century, but this set of furniture did not belong to Abraham and Louisa; what was originally here was sold in 1896. However, this arrangement broadly corresponds with the furniture owned by the Willets.

The highlight of the bedroom is the oak bedstead with canopy. These are twin beds, consisting of separate bedsteads with half canopies placed against each other. The wash stand matches the bed and has a hole cut out of it for the washbasin. In the Willets's time, the bedroom did not have a water supply and hot water for bathing was brought upstairs by the domestic staff. Cold water could be collected from the closet washbasin on the same floor