With Sutphen's help, the Naylors kept as many of the original features as possible, including all the windows. Though they had to replace the wood floors on the main level, the second- and third-level floors are original. As was the trend when the house was built, the quality of the wood used in the floor declines on each level of the home. For its original owners, the home's first level would have been the main entertaining space, where high-quality floors were most important. The second floor was living space for the family, and the third floor was reserved for servants, and the difference in the floors there is still noticeable now.