how was often o'brien's dwelling place different from that of winston's?

section 2, chapter 8

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Winston’s place was dull and plain; there was nothing special about it. O’Brien’s, on the other hand, contained richness and spaciousness of everything. It smelled of good food and tobacco; it had silent, rapid lifts sliding up and down, and even better........ he had servants.