The Red Bathroom has no paintings, except for the tapestry in the hallway and a few loose items.
The loose items are towels, bars of soap, the tissue box and the glass of whiskey.
And of course the silver tray with the advocate glasses
Below a new version, where some details have been adjusted. The soap pieces are all different and one soap bar is missing from a sink. A tissue box with butterfly motif is placed at the end. Jack’s glass of whiskey is also in the picture. A very small detail is the wedge under the door.
Red Bathroom connection
Below is a possible solution if you would like to build the Goldroom and the Red Bathroom together.
More about the connection between the two sets can be found on the ‘Red Bathroom connection‘ page.
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This is amazing!
I wish people knew the amount of work that went in to something like this. I bet gauging proportions was a nightmare!
I am actually working on a personal project based on this room myself, and it would be great to connect with you if possible?
Yes, the scale is gigantic. But it wasn’t meant to be that way, but it got out of hand.
I’ve been a fan of the Shining since its premiere, especially because of the insanely well-made sets. I only started drawing The Shining sets around 2006.
In recent years I have studied in which Studios on the Elstree site the sets were built and made a separate page of them.
In the meantime I have learned a lot from the sets of the Shining.
If you have any questions, I’ll do my best to answer them.
Very impressive; quite brilliant.