The dining room includes family antiques, like the
painting to the right of the door, which once hung
in Lowry’s sister’s childhood bedroom. Lowry
painted the door to the basement with chalk paint.
Among the antiques in the room are an early
nineteenth-century American brass chandelier and
an eighteenth-century Irish wake table surrounded
by Hitchcock chairs. The antiques were inherited
from Lowry’s grandmother, Lillian Schueler, who ran
an antiques store on Route 1.