Brighton Beach Huts Sun Placemat – NEW

45 in stock

£10.00£38.00

Brighton Beach Huts Sun Placemat

A beautiful square placemat featuring a close up view of the iconic beach huts long Brighton and Hove’s seafront.

Our Brighton placemats are available as individual items or as set of four (see our other listings) and make the perfect present for the architecture fan in your life.

These quality heat resistant melamine placemats have a beautiful satin finish and cork backing. They can be easily wiped with a slightly damp cloth (but avoid soaking them in water).

Matching coaster also available.

Placemat dims: 230x230x4mm

Please note:
* The colours you see on your screen may not look exactly the same as the actual placemat. This is because every computer, Smart phone and iPad screen is configured differently. Hopefully you will think the placemats look even more beautiful in real life

All work and images © Linescapes 2021
All rights reserved under copyright including reproduction rights.

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Brighton Beach Huts Sun Placemat – NEW

The Brighton Beach Huts Sun placemat is a beautiful item featuring a close up view of Brighton’s most recognisable and colourful landmarks: the Victorian beach huts along the seafront.

Our Brighton placemats are available as individual items or as set of four (see our other listings) and make the perfect present for the architecture fan in your life or as a reminder of a trip to this beautiful city. They are a wonderful addition to any stylish coffee or dining table and are the perfect house warming gift, or a wedding present.

These quality heat resistant melamine placemats have a beautiful satin finish and cork backing. They can be easily wiped with a slightly damp cloth (but avoid soaking them in water).

A matching coaster is also available. You can also save a bit of money if you buy the set of placemats together with the set coasters together (see my listings)

Placemat dims: 230x230x4mm

In 1789, George III gave royal approval to the new fashion for sea bathing by taking a medicinal dip in the sea at Weymouth, Dorset, from the prototype beach hut. The ‘hut’ was actually a room on wheels with a collapsible hood, which was drawn into the water by a horse. The King was then plunged naked into the sea by burly attendants called dippers. Later, the Victorians popularised the trend. Patrons would hire them by the half-hour, disappearing into them to change into bathing costumes. Horses would then pull them into the sea so they could step discreetly into the water with only their heads visible to onlookers. The bathing machines remained in active use on English beaches until the 1890s, when they began to be parked on the beach. By the 1950s, beach huts were enjoying their heyday and the coast of Britain was ribboned by brightly coloured rows of them.

Please note:
* The colours you see on your screen may not look exactly the same as the actual product. This is because every computer, Smart phone and iPad screen is configured differently. Hopefully you will think the placemats look even more beautiful in real life.

All work and images © Linescapes 2021
All rights reserved under copyright including reproduction rights.

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