Monday, 15 April 2013

New walls


Not the walls of a 28mm model city....


...but the walls of our new bathroom, finished at last, which is clearly inspired by the walls of a 28mm model city.  And below is the icing on the cake, my new (but as yet unshelved) wargames storage space.  This is around 70cm square by 2.4m tall, an awkward shape but I have a cunning plan to maximise the useful space.  I'm currently giving some thought to shelving.


If you live in the USA or Australia, this probably doesn't look like much, but in London every spare cubic centimetre counts!

10 comments:

legatus hedlius said...

Fill it with lead! Fill it with lead!

Andrew Saunders said...

That cupboard is approx the same size as my workspace

BigRedBat said...

Yes people in London live in smaller spaces than that! Not generally VERTICAL smaller spaces, though. ;-)

Craig C said...

Lack of (affordable) space in major cities- One reason I chose not too live in big cities :)

Is the inside going to be painted red?

Craig

BigRedBat said...

Hi Craig, no a nice clinical white. Perhaps wooden shelves. Cheers, Simon

Prufrock said...

Very nice! I expect the Cerberus mosaic is in the bathtub itself? Make sure you eventually post a picture of the shelves groaning under their leaden burdens...

BigRedBat said...

Hi Aaron, am kicking myself, now, should have built a mosaic into the floor! :-)

Counterpane said...

Hope you're not on housing benefit - that looks like a taxable spare bedroom to me!

BigRedBat said...

If I put a bracket on the ceiling, it would suit a vampire. ;-) Simon

Mike said...

Congrats on finishing the bathroom. My wife and I are still in the midst of our remodel.
Very nice blog.