The Attic is the second environment featured in the narrative. It is filled with the furniture from the living room set, but aged, broken or dusty to show that there has been a wide passage of time between the characters transition between the sets. This temporal shift leaves the viewer with uncertainty as to the timeline, but also allows for many interpretations as to the reasoning behind the shift.
The attic space also hosts mannequins and dolls, both of which move and come to life as the main character moves through the set. These automaton explore the respective uncanny concept, and also set the scene for the introduction of the Baby Doll character.