This article is a stub. You can help Shades of London Wiki by expanding it.Dawn's apartment, which also functioned as her office, was located on Goulston Street, close to Wexford.
The front room, where she did readings for her clients, was furnished with a salmon-colored carpet, white wallspaper with silver stars, gauzy silver curtains, and decorative tables covered by mystical objects connected to the occult.
A beaded curtain metaphorically separated Dawn's personal life from her professional one, and literally separated the bedroom, hallway, kitchenette, and bathroom.
Dawn's bedroom was small and dark. It was decorated with floral wallpaper, and a large collection of stuffed animals. There were also books on the occult, Tarot cards, and books on how to read body language.