The head of the Eel was made lower for the under fives who now play computer games.
The Eel table is a floating design with water weed to hold it up.
Here's a different view of the waiting room with my lighthouse and Eel table and the wedgie shaped stools put in a circle with new toys for Mums and children to play together.
Art and play table in the foreground with amazing new red chairs that have 1950's retro look.
The floors were all designed with healing waves that will wash away all ill health. The designer of the floor was a student and I will find her name reall soon and publish it as soon as I do.
The ceiling tiles were all replaced with amazing art work so lying in bed and looking up is now a new experience. Kate Greens art work on these tiles. Thanks to Chris Ball at GGS Graphics for the amazing amount of work that was printed on laminate.
Bubbles on ceilings and walls in one of the rooms.
A totally new invention and never been done before a magnetic photo board for the staff, this one is of a Norfolk style Guest house for the Children's Out-patients staff. From previous employment I learnt that the staff photo boards were a normal picture frame and if staff left and news came in then there was a not nice task of taking the whole frame a part to put photo in and out then putting frame altogether or a yukky pin board with a drawing pin through the head of all the staff.
Guess the hotel I based this painting on, when I was photographing the painting outside a neighbour said she stayed in room number 52 on the top right hand corner. Each window I have painted different flower arrangements.
Corridors so many of them look the same not any more with amazing paintings all different. This painting triptych was painted by Hannah Giffard BAFTA winning artist.
The submarine waiting room with porthole paintings by Kate Green and mobiles from the ceiling are all around the unit. These benches were suppose to arrive on Saturday in one piece. They did not arrive in one piece and you can imagine what a nightmare that added to two Lady's trying to finish a job off. Thanks to all the staff who walked by and came and helped put them together.
Swimming with fish is the best thing one can do in life after all we use to be fish before we evolved into land up right animals. Here Kate Green has made a wonderful transparent window painting.
More waiting rooms this one has a door so you don't have to run after run away toddlers. All the buckets are filled with brand new toys to keep the little ones happy.