When visiting Hannes House you enter through the south door into the south entry ("Synderfrankel"). To the right you enter the south living room ("synderdånsk").
In the middle of the inner wall stands the oven-box (“bilægger”). The heat comes from the wood fired stove in the kitchen.
Of all the bed alcoves, "tætsenge", as they are called on Fanø, the warmest is on the left of the stove and is still made up with the original bed linen from the last time it was used.
Opposite the stove on the window wall and the two others walls are the typical Dutch tiles which are to be seen in all Fanø homes. Their function has been to reflect warmth from the stove out into the room.
From the south livingroom is a door into a bedroom and to the north livingroom, which was used by Karen as a sewing room. There is a door from this room into a very tiny bedroom. A part of this room must have been a bed alcove with a door into the northern livingroom. In the floor of this tiny bedroom is a trapdoor to an underfloor space, where amongst other things the fine sand for the floor was kept.