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Titanic’s second class dining room, located on ‘D’ deck, could accommodate all 564 second class passengers at a single seating. It was a large elegant room, with mahogany furniture upholstered in crimson. A piano provided entertainment for the diners. The long tables and mahogany swivel chairs were bolted to the floors in case of bad weather at sea.

Mood armchair from Collection MOOD design outdoor furniture by Tribù with dining table and side chairs from KOS Collection design outdoor furniture by Tribù.

Wrought Iron Dining Set by Maurizio Tempestini for Salterini

House Tour: Deck the Stalls

A converted Chicago-area polo stable canters into the holidays dressed with live greens, vintage trophies, equestrian paraphernalia and a serious dose of plaid.

Real-Estate Maven Kurt Rappaport's Striking Home in Malibu