Second Class cabins were mainly cozy two-berth rooms, most of which could be converted to four-berth in high season. Second Class on Titanic was almost a direct copy of First Class accommodation aboard earlier ships. As a testament to the quality and comfort of these rooms, some could be used alternately as First Class staterooms when demand in this class was greater.
A typical Second Class stateroom was furnished with a mahogany bunk bed, a matching wardrobe or two and a comfortable sofa that converted to a bunk bed if needed. A fold-away washbasin cabinet also doubled as a dresser and provided some additional storage space. As with First Class, steward call buttons were also provided in every room and passengers enjoyed that famous White Star Line service and hospitality.