1948 Bentley Mk VI Saloon. I was lucky enough to be given a clapped out version of this car by my father in law in 1962. Four and a half litres of pure power and bald tyres to keep his daughter safe! We drove to France in 1965 with roof rack drop side cot and about half a ton of hardboard to paint pictures in the middle of France. Punctured at Abeville on the way out eventually proceeded and got home to London safely with new paintings plus baby.
Double-sided Easel - An easel for 2 children which conveniently folds away. The stand is solid beech and the boards are easy-to-clean hardboard. Comes complete with 2 painting trays and 4 plastic paper clips.
The family bathroom. When we first moved in this bathroom had dark pink carpet which was used on the side of the corner bath as well! YUCK! The original tiles were beige with florals on it. We retiled the walls and bought some hardboard, painted it dark charcoal and then put that on the side of the bath instead. The sink was from Ikea and the units are kitchen carcasses bought from B&Q which we installed ourselves along with the extra lighting.