After seeing them into a small candlelit room, whose walls were cloth, he bowed out and went back to his station. --- That ‘whose’ is bothering me. Kind of makes it sound like the room is a person…But I don’t know how to fix it. Suggestions? The walls are made out of cloth - the cloth is the walls. It's like a tent-ish room. You know? So, if I say cloth-covered walls, that'd be saying that there were walls behind the cloths...no? It's just a horrible sentence and a horrible idea I'm trying to get across. I don't think the surrounding context is necessary. I'm just trying to figure out a way to fix this sentence. Thanks!