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The rooms that are seen in "No Safe Haven" do not appear to be in the same house, as there are architectural distinctions such as differently shaped windows and the lack of wainscotting and appear to be a different location altogether.
The front entrance of the house leads into the ground floor living room, at the center of which is a rectangular coffee table surrounded by two couches and a chair. In the center of the house is a small, multi-story enclosed garden with glass walls. When facing this glass room from the front door of the house, the kitchen is to the right, and the dining area is behind the glass room.
On the right side of the living room, there is a staircase leading up and another leading down.
The second floor of the house has a lounge very similar to the first-floor living room at the top of the stairs, but the furniture consists of a square coffee table surrounded by two couches and two chairs. A hallway wraps around the garden windows with bedrooms on the outside. There is a large balcony overlooking the patio.
Downstairs is an indoor training room and weapons storage. Walking out from the indoor training room is a patio and backyard lined with trees overlooking the valley below. The backyard is large enough to act as an outside sparring ring.
- A conscious effort was made to try and make every single room seen in Brunswick Farms feel different and unique as a way of avoiding similar problems with the House from Volume 5.
- During the commentary for "Dark", Kerry Shawcross jokes that the Mistral House has likely become haunted sometime between Volume 6 and Volume 8.
- Volume 6 Directors' Commentary Chapter 5
- RWBY Volume 8 Directors' and Writers' Commentary Chapter 8