Costs of building D Deck Reception Room


Alex Savant

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I would like to know how much money would it be to build the 1st class D deck reception room, It is a dream of mine to have the D deck reception in my home in the future. So I would like to know the cost of everything, the floor, furniture, lights, grand staircase, lights, etc. Sorry if it's a stupid question, I'm just curious.
 
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if i recall correctly, Matthew DeWinkleer from T:HG said something about how they have licensable plans for multiple sections of the ship and said specifically: “...so, like, if you wanted to build the grand staircase in your home we could help with that.”

don’t remember it too vividly, tho...
 

TimTurner

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Your main obstacle is going to be size, not cost. The room is 92 feet wide, 9 feet tall, and probably around 50 feet deep, at it's shallowest. If your home is big enough to contain that, then money isn't your issue.

You're probably looking at a partial recreation, and so cost depends on how much of the room you're trying to recreate, which part of it, and how faithful you'd like it to be. You could probably slap some paint on the walls and get some thrift store "antiques" for a 100 square foot room for $100. If you wanted an actual replica, I'd guess you're in the ballpark of a couple million.
 
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as an alternative to wood, you could also have some 3d printed plastic wall panels. it’ll be a cheaper, yet just as good looking alternative.
 

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