Located on the third floor of the main house, the Garret Rooms are modeled after artists’ studios of 19th century Paris, and built into the eaves of the house. Degas, himself, lived in Parisian garrets. As a “night crawler” he enjoyed the quiet and privacy of the garret removed from the street noise and daylight. There are no windows, but all rooms have private baths, hardwood floors, and charming antique furnishings. Named for the children of the household, Degas’ nieces and nephews are documented to have played in the open attic space on rainy days. Gaston was the fourth child born to Rene & Estelle, and was Edgar Degas' nephew. The room is a soft, sage green color, and its features include hardwood floors, a cherry wood, four-poster Full Bed, a Twin Bed, armoire, lounge chair, nightstand, and ceiling fan. The medium-size, private bathroom has tile flooring, and a shower/tub combination. The Gaston Room can accommodate up to 3 guests.