In short, the cabin was in Modern Dutch style (the sycamore version). What books have you got? I may be able to point it out to you in another book. Have you got that really big book, I think its called the three sisters, Olympic, Titanic and Britannic? I haven't got it with me, but if you have it, I can check it later and let you know which page the image is on.
I have "The Titanic" by Geoff Tibballs, "Titanic" by Simon Adams, "Exploring the Titanic" by Robert D. Ballard, "Ken Marschall's Art of Titanic" by Rick Archbold, "Titanic Legacy of the World's Greatest Ocean Liner" by Susan Wels, and what all Titanic fans should have "A Night To Remember" by Walter Lord, and about five various children's books like "Inside the Titanic" by Ken Marschall.
That exact photo is from the Olympic, and this cabin on Olympic was C65. On Titanic this very same cabin was C63. According to deck plans, the two cabins had the same furniture layout, and as they were the same style, Titanic's cabin would have looked exactly the same as on the photo.