This year marks a milestone for many cinematic films, as they’ve battled against the test of time. One particular film reached a rather significant milestone, and that film is Titanic. This year, the beautiful classic, yet tragic maritime love story reached its 20th anniversary.
This timeless movie not only helped in defining the careers of Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslett and exemplified the cinematic meaning of romance but it also showcased magnificent interior finishings.
Now, join us as we explore some of the beautiful trimwork from the set!
This grand staircase is a replica of the original that would have been found in the on board the actual Titanic. The intricate craftsmanship offered a high degree of opulence that was unlike anything else showcased on ships at the time.
The film depicts this space as a first-class cabin, and we can understand why! The marvelously stained wall treatment offers an understated and traditional beauty that is further heightened with accents of red-patterned sections.
This is an original image of the first class smoking room on the real cruise liner. It was said that this space was for first class men to gather and socialize amongst each other as they enjoy their tobacco.
And despite the image being in black and white, we can already sense a lavish and grandiose ambiance emanating from this photograph. Just look at that ceiling treatment–we are in love!
We hope you enjoyed exploring some of these magnificent spaces. We don’t know about you but we can’t help but hum Celine Dion’s My Heart Will Go On.
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