A bit of the cash has been splashed on this toilet brush from Asda. I know that I threw the old one away as it had rust around the brush. Being a sensitive soul, I wasted mental energy fretting about whether my visitors would think that I was a dirty mare and mistake it for poo. There! I've said the unsayable as usual. My replacement rustless one is part of a collection of London Tube bathroom accessories, that includes a shower curtain that was still available in store but isn't on the website anymore. How lucky I was to snap up the set in the sale at half price. I first spotted them at full price when I bought Louis' duvet set for the motorhome but of course I wasn't in the market for stuff to clutter up a very small space then. I love the genius design of that modernistic map that was conceived by Harry Beck way back in 1933. It's interesting that it was the idea of an electrical draughtsman rather than a cartographer. I suppose it does look more like a wiring diagram now I've thought about it.
|Photo: The Mosaic Gallery|
I can't afford a brand new bathroom yet. That's something I'm going to need to save up for. However I might be able to get started on making a mosaic for the walls when I've got a moment. Just reflected on the last sentence and laughed my head off! Anyway when I do get around to it this brilliant design might act as inspiration. It will make a change from the usual aquatic themes. Hang on though. There won't be an absence of water altogether. A tube map isn't wouldn't be complete if it didn't have the River Thames running through it!