Hot water tank/immersion heater

The new abode’s utility/laundry room/corrider runs perpendicular to the outside area.

My architect/interior designer husband believes the plumber installed the hot water tank/immersion heater adjacent to this space for their own convenience rather than for the aesthetic of the outside area; I agree, the taupe coloured hulk is a blot.

Tomorrow, our dear friend A. judges an equestrian events in Caboolture, a town north of the new home. As A. will be dropping in after said judging, they will be the first official visitor; everything needs to be tip top Bristol fashion.

Over the last week, we have assembled racking in one of two sheds, to facilitate my husband’s clearing the area of removal boxes. Also, I have sewn pencil pleat heading tape onto outdoor curtains whilst hubby is in the process of creating a coffee table.

We are toying with moving the daybed in front of the eyesore instead of facing it. An amusing alternative would be to stand a mirror in front of it to elude the viewer.

The tin galah views the whole suggestion with the vacillation it deserves.

4 thoughts on “Hot water tank/immersion heater

  1. I vote for the mirror solution…very creative. I didn’t realize your husband is an architect. So was mine! Mine wanted me to spend quite a bit of time looking at floor plan details. I am a concept person, not a detail person, so I had no clue what I was looking at. But, I went to vocational school and took blueprint reading. I made the highest grade, but have to admit though it helped a lot looking at his blueprints, I doubt I could recognize all the connections on an actual site.

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