To begin with I'm using four temporary textures from my texture library.
Antique Wood - this has a nice veneered finish to it and should work well with a reflective parameter.
70's wallpaper - this will substitute for carpet until I can find a better fit. I've added a texture and changed the colours in Photoshop to appear more Edwardian.
The colours C8BBA8 (Dusty Pink) and AC8073 (Light Taupe)
With the temporary textures mapped I've rendered the interior for the first time. Navigation through it, using the 3D software, allows me to gain familiarity with its dimensions, which in turn aids my interpretation of the glass plates.
Left centre - Smoking Room shown from above looking toward the bow
Left bottom - The glass plate and the 3D interior - hover to reveal
Using the glass plates as reference material my next task is to list all the elements required to build and furnish the 3D interior.