|Sofa and chairs (duh!)
The models themselves are fairly simple and it wouldn't be that difficult to replicate them by scratch-building, but getting consistency is of course more difficult. (and making chairs is a pain)
Here are more results of some of my purchases:
|Chairs (who would have guessed ?)
|Round Tables (some assembly required)
|Shelving, but notice the sloping shelves!
|Tub-chairs, great for offices, waiting rooms etc.
|Some sort of shop or reception counter
|Sink and cooking hob
It comprises several elements of a modern kitchen, though it probably could also be used for earlier eras.
The various location lugs and slots on the model make assembly easy, with minimal thought, but they don't lock the pieces together (hence no assembled model).
When assembled the whole thing makes a substantial 'L' shaped kitchen and imho is very impressive,
I'm still awaiting several more packages, which will include some single beds, bed-side tables, some TV-table units, wardrobes and to me at leas the most exciting of all some bathroom sets. The latter consists of a bath, a sink and a toilet.
Whilst I may not have managed any productivity on the hobby front in this last week, with the departure of my daughter and her family to their new home, I have been slowly getting my games room sorted, which along with the acquisition of a new laptop should make things a lot easier in the future.
That's it then for this week, as always your comments are both welcomed and appreciated.