Step through the small front door into the living room ( “seel” in local dialect). The main features are the antique walnut-wood table and the floor fireplace which had been used to cook. There is a working area where the owner, Vito the basket weaver, carried out repairs on chairs and different kinds of baskets, some of which were used to dry tomatoes, almonds and figs.
In the alcove opposite the living room there is a bed with a traditional comfortable high mattress. An antique walnut-wood dresser stores the handmade cotton linen. The shower room is next to the bedroom . To the left there is a ladder leading to the bedroom on the mezzanine floor. This room was once used as a bedroom for the children and storage for corn; linen and bread. The trullo has not had any to radical changes. On the contrary it has retained many of the original features (save for some improvements necessary to make it suitable to visitors, and those interested in the true story of these old and historical buildings).