Why would someone want a tapestry of a guy in their room?! Anyways take a look at this link. It shows a pic of Father Browne's dresser. Enlarge the picture and you can see someone in the backround and you can try to make out a couple of other stuff in the back. You have to copy and paste the link for some reason.
It is interesting to try and spot things in the background when the photographer stands close to a mirror on the Titanic / Olympic, this happened a lot, you can see a lot of neat things in pictures taken of the Lusitania's First Class cabins for this reason as well
I had a look at those numbers yesterday but didn't have time to post (now I'm at work with no information to post!). Those numbers are largely inflated - this is because they consider many of the safas as additional berths.
Thank you for that. That was why I said: "for a summary of the maximum number of passengers that could be carried on each deck." - It also includes Upper Pullman berths in most of the remaining single-berth rooms and in a number of the 2-berth rooms. - Exclude all of those and I agree that the numbers would be lower.