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Rough and knobbly

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Rough and knobbly
but dressed up and half ignored it seems to more or less do the job, white rubber handles and all :)
Posted on January 5, 2018 Full Size|

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8 Comments

Sarah
11:30 AM on January 10, 2018 
It's excellent and I like all the soaps and sponges etc. on it - so realistic. Looks like a nice bath mat warming on the radiator too.
Zoe H
7:16 AM on January 8, 2018 
Et voilà! It looks just the biz.
Edel
7:01 AM on January 8, 2018 
theinfill.wordpress.com says...
Not all bathrooms are freezing I hope and here I have two words to cover it (assuming I can work out how to make it) in the late 50s we got a Dimplex radiator for the wall. It was sort of an sidease stretched eye shape with a concave 'chrome' reflector, black back and edges and a pull cord. We had it fastened high up on the wall. Now all I've got to do is work out how to try to represent it and find a wall to put it on

One set of my grandparents had a bathroom, and I remember them having a heater like that - but I don't remember it ever being used!
Maddy
9:49 AM on January 7, 2018 
That looks great now. I couldn?t get my bearings in the first picture and wondered why you had made something to go against the bath side. All is clear now! A good job.
lallyp
7:57 AM on January 6, 2018 
theinfill.wordpress.com says...
Not all bathrooms are freezing I hope and here I have two words to cover it (assuming I can work out how to make it) in the late 50s we got a Dimplex radiator for the wall. It was sort of an sidease stretched eye shape with a concave 'chrome' reflector, black back and edges and a pull cord. We had it fastened high up on the wall. Now all I've got to do is work out how to try to represent it and find a wall to put it on

We had one of those too, Do made by Dimplex, I think! we also had a chrome bath tidy like yours. You have made a good copy!
theinfill.wordpress.com
7:55 AM on January 6, 2018 
Not all bathrooms are freezing I hope and here I have two words to cover it (assuming I can work out how to make it) in the late 50s we got a Dimplex radiator for the wall. It was sort of an sidease stretched eye shape with a concave 'chrome' reflector, black back and edges and a pull cord. We had it fastened high up on the wall. Now all I've got to do is work out how to try to represent it and find a wall to put it on
Jan
6:26 AM on January 6, 2018 
The airing cupboard which looks very realistic would keep it warm hopefully,
Edel
4:22 AM on January 6, 2018 
Brilliant result Do! In this result the bathroom looks so warm and cosy, but it's probably meant to be a chilly room where you wash as quickly as possible to escape it again ;-) ??

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