Photo 22: Drawing Room, Second Cabin on the Cunard Lanconia and Franconia (1911). The Second Cabin Drawing Room on both ships is treated in a simple Adam's Colonial style, with white panels. The carpets and coverings are a " veiue rose," which gives a broad and cheerful aspect to the room.
First class parlour suite B59, Titanic, Belfast, March 1912. The first class accommodation on Titanic was decorated in a variety of historic styles. However, in order to save space, Titanic’s decorators wisely used the simpler Neo-Classic styles in most of the suites, such as Adams, Chippendale and French ‘Empire’.