B-54 and B-56 were unusually both done in the same decor, however it is not documented as to which it was - a photograph of Olympic B-41 (B-54 on Titanic) shows a variation of Empire with red silk wallpaper.
There is some confusion here. Are you using Olympic numbering from the Shipbuilder or from after the 1913 refit? - Shipbuilder B-38, by May 1913 B-40. - Shipbuilder B-40, by May 1913 B-42.
What has B-41 to do with it? - You mention that room in two posts. >>"Olympic B-41 (B-54 on Titanic)"<<
Going from the Shipbuilder B-38 = B52 Titanic. B-40 = B-54 Titanic. B-38 [fig 95] is Louis Seize and B-40 [fig 97] is Empire. - On the understanding that the styles were the same B-52 [Louis Seize] & B-54 [Empire] Titanic are not the same style.
Where are you getting your information from? If I use Olympic's 1911 numbering, then B 41 is the bedroom of the starboard sitting room - this has nothing to do with the port side staterooms, or Titanic's B 54. Furthermore, B 54 and B 56 were not in the same style and neither had wallpaper (same goes for Olympic's B 41).
Which photo of Olympic’s B 41 are you referring to that was in Empire style with red silk wallpaper? As mentioned above, this was the case for neither of the staterooms.
Well from now I on I believe I will discontinue posting as it seems everything I post is wrong and gets attacked by everyone who have no problem telling me what I do wrong but offer no assistance in what is right......