Styles of Staterooms on C and B-Deck


TobiasW

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Hello there,

I am searching for more detailed information concerning the different styles of the luxurious staterooms. I want to know which style was used in which stateroom. There was a former thread years ago with a similar topic but there are no information about in which cabin the different styles exactly were und which cabins had the "normal" white paneling.

Hope there is anyone who got these information.
 

Thomas Krom

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Hello Tobias,





Here you have myself made overview (copied from an old post of mine at Your favorite stateroom style on Titanic/Olympic)



A-deck (promenade deck)


StyleStateroom numberamount
Harland and Wolff bedroom B styleA-36 and A-372
B-deck (bridge deck)


StyleStateroom numbersAmount
Harland and Wolff bedroom B styleB-65, B-66, B-71, B-72, B-77, B-78, B-83, B-84, B-89, B-90, B-93, B-94, B-95, B-96, B-97 and B-9816
Harland and Wolff bedroom A styleB-55, B-56, B-75,B-76, B-87 and B-886
Louis XVIB-52 (sitting room with oak panelling), B-58 (Damask panelling) and B-81 (with oak panelling)3 (2 with oak panelling and one with white and silk damask panelling)
Modern DutchB-57 and B-63 (with sycamore panelling)2 (1 one with sycamore panelling and 1 with oak panelling)
EmpireB-54 (White and gilt panels) and B-64 (White and silk damask panels)2 (1 with white and gilt panelling and 1 with white and silk damask panels)
AdamB-511
Italian RenaissanceB-531
Old DutchB-591
Queen AnneB-601
GeorgianB-691
Louis XIVB-701
Louis XVB-821
C-deck (shelter deck)


Harland and Wolff bedroom B styleC-69, C-71, C-73, C-76, C-78, C-80, C-87, C-91, C-93, C-94, C-98, C-100 and C-10213
Harland and Wolff bedroom A styleC-59, C-61, C-66, C-68, C-85, C-89, C-92 and C-968
EmpireC-57 (white and gilt panels), C-67 (white and silk damask panels), C-83 (white and gilt panels), C-84 (white and gilt panels)4 (3 with white gilt panels and 1 with white and silk panels)
GeorgianC-77 (white panelling), C-81 (with walnut panelling)and C-86 (walnut panelling)3 (2 with walnut panelling, 1 with white painted panelling)
Louis XIVC-62 and C-752
AdamC-64 and C-902
Louis XVIC-63 (with white and silk damask panels) C-88 (oak panels)2 (1 with white and silk damask panels and 1 with oak panels)
Modern DutchC-70 (oak panelling )and C-74 (with sycamore panelling)2 (1 with oak panelling and 1 with sycamore panelling)
RegencyC-551
Queen AnneC-651
Old DutchC-721
Italian renaissanceC-821


An interesting thing to note is that the following styles came in different variations (with variations I mean different panelling and furniture, sitting rooms are excluded here):

Empire: Had a total of 3 different variations onboard. One variation with brass beds and white and gilt panelling (B-54 occupied by Mr. Ismay and C-83 occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Harris), one variation with mahogany beds (C-57 occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Straus and the unoccupied C-84) and a final variation with white and silk damask panels and different mahogany bedsteads with a canopy above it (B-64 and C-67, the damask was in the color pink in B-64 and blue in C-67).

Louis XVI: Had a total of 2 variations. One with oak panelling and oak beds (B-81 which was possibly occupied by the Ryerson family, but still uncertain and C-88 occupied by Dr. Frauenthal and his wife) and one variation with white and silk damask panels and brass beds (B-58 occupied by the Baxter family and C-63).

Modern Dutch had a total of 2 variations. One with oak paneling and brass beds (B-57 possibly occupied by the Ryerson family and C-70, occupied by John “Jack” Borland Thayer (however some state C-66)) and one variation with sycamore paneling and beds (B-63 again possibly occupied by the Ryerson family and C-74).

Georgian also had a total of 2 variations: one with white painted paneling (B-69 occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Hays and C-77 occupied by the countess of Rothes and her niece miss Cherry) and one variation with Walnut paneling (C-81 (which portholes among with the private bathroom are part of the raised “Big piece” and C-86 occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Douglass.)

The beds could differ trough in the Harland and Wolff bedroom B style stateromsven trough the paneling remained.



A-deck (promenade deck)


Mahogany Colt bedsA-36 and A-37
B-deck (bridge deck)


brassoakMahogany
B-83, B-84, B-89 and B-90B-65, B-66, B-71, B-77 and B-78B-93, B-94 B-95, B-96, B-97 and B-98.


C-deck shelter deck


brassoak
C-87, C-89, C-91 and C-93, C-94, C-98, C-100 and C-102C-69, C-71, C-73, C-76, C-78 and C-80


These are all the staterooms in period styles. The rest (boat deck staterooms T to Z, A-1 to A-35, B-1 to B-50 (+ B-61, B-62, B-67, B-68, B-73, B-74, B-79, B-80, B-85, B-86, B-91 and B-92), C-1 to C-60 (excluding C-55, C-57 and C-59, + C-97 to C-125 and C-104 to C-148), D-1 to D-50 and E-1 to E-203) all had the same panels and varied but still repeated furniture.


I hope this helps,



Yours sincerely,



Thomas
 
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TobiasW

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Thank you very much ! This helps a lot !!!

I looked through your list and only one cabin is left: C-79. Maybe you can tell me in which style this cabin was decorated ?
 

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C-79 was in the Louis XV style, with carved oak panels painted in grey with a paneled painted white. I could DM you a few renders of it in colour if you like. Only B-82 and C-79 were in this period style regarding the special staterooms.
 

TobiasW

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Sure you can DM me :) Thanks a lot !!! Maybe you have colorized photos of every style ? You can also send me them
 

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