Taking a page from the classic Art Deco, the designers, with Lord and Lady Laidlow’s enthusiastic permission, decided to reminisce in theme, about the Paris Exhibition of 1925; and while nothing is actually copied, that era’s passionate, artful flavor adds a delightful presence. Lady Christine’s Main Entrance on the Main Deck, sporting yet another symbolic, stylized Royal Crest in soft white, against the almond-caramel field. Very rich, conceptual design planning. A key note here is the use of marquetry, inlaid work in small pieces of veneer for decorations which complement the Art Deco approach so well. Woods used include birch, maple, cherry in a rich blending of design. Other woods flavoring the interior are macassar ebony, cherry, maple, amboyna burr.