Cool Best Bathroom Designs images

By | October 26, 2017

A few nice best bathroom designs images I found:

Image from page 25 of “Modern bath rooms : with useful information and a number of valuable suggestions about plumbing for home builders or those about to remodel their present dwellings” (1912)
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Title: Modern bath rooms : with useful information and a number of valuable suggestions about plumbing for home builders or those about to remodel their present dwellings
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company
Subjects: Bathrooms Bathrooms Plumbing
Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pa., U.S.A. : Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co.
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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PRICES Bath, 5 It., Plate P215I D . J36.50 Lavat.iry, Plate P 4205 D . . 26. no CMoset, Plate P7 59n . . . 1<).5(l Total #102.00 NOTF: —Hath Tiilt aa illuatraled and priced, fiiniislirdrei:ularly with one cnat -if iiaini Ili outside. See page 21 for exterior fiiiisli andilecorations.

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Floor Plan- Design P 95 20 SXattdari* DECORATIONS AND EXTERIOR FINISHES WHILE the first requisites of the hathroom are healthfuhiess and comfort, there is excellentopportunity for beauty and harmony in decorative effects. The best effects are obtainedby the use of a simple, subdued treatment applied to the exterior of the bath and other fixturesto which a decoration is applicable. The same treatment should be carried throughout the room, and if the treatment be wiselychosen and well applied, the result will be so highly pleasing as to add greatly to the value andcharm of the room. The exteriors of all Baths, Receptors, Sitz and Foot Baths, unless otherwise specified, are paintedwith one coat of paint only. The process of exterior finishing is of such a nature that it can only bedone at the factory, inasmuch as the casting must be dressed perfectly smooth—a character of ^orkwhich requires special skill and facilities. Every bath decorated by us receives from six to sixteen coats of

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Image from page 21 of “Minneapolis journal of architecture, vol. III, no. IV” (1912)
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Identifier: LindstromandAlmarsMinneapolisjournalofarchitecture0001
Title: Minneapolis journal of architecture, vol. III, no. IV
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Lindstromand & Almars
Subjects: house plans — catalogs domestic architecture designs and plans
Publisher: Lindstromand & Almars
Contributing Library: JD Collection

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s 12×14 feet with columns on pedestals inopening to main hall; has a large sideboard, plate shelves, and wainscot. In the front hall is a wide flight of stairs to second floor; underneath these stairs is a combinationgrade entrance and basement stairs from the kitchen. The rear stairs is running from the kitchen tothe second floor. The kitchen is isolated from the main part of the house, insuring perfect ventilation.The butlers pantry is fitted with cabinets all around the walls, with counter, work-table and silver sink. The second floor is of the two bathroom, four bedrooms and sleeping porch type. Ample closetaccommodations with the feature of having one large room with private bath and sleeping porch. Theinterior is finished in hardwood for the principal rooms, balance pine to paint and enamel. All floorsto be hardwood, except the bathrooms which are to have encaustic tile floors. The exterior is to be stuccowith a thatched shingle roof. Cost to build complete as described, ,000.

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f The living-room is 13×22 feet with a quadruple window in front, a large brick fireplace with asash door opening onto the porch on each side of the fireplace at the end of the room. A large casedopening divides the living-room from the dining-room, which is finished with plate shelves and wainscotall around the walls. A cased opening divides the living-room from the entrance hall and main stairway. The main stairway is open to the first landing and finished with hardwood newels, rails and balus-ters. The vestibule is large enough to conveniently open and close the front and vestibule doors. Insidethe vestibule, off the stair hall is a commodious coat closet. The stairway to basement is underneath themain stairway. The rear stairs from first to second floors is not very wide and occupies but very littlespace. The pantry has cabinets to ceiling; and the kitchen is well lighted and ventilated; it is very com-modious and has recessed ice-box with icing door from the rear entry. There are

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Image from page 94 of “The plan book of American dwellings : being a compilation of original home designs, showing actual photographic exteriors and floor plans of moderately priced bungalows, cottages, residences” (1914)
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Identifier: planbookofameric00saxt
Title: The plan book of American dwellings : being a compilation of original home designs, showing actual photographic exteriors and floor plans of moderately priced bungalows, cottages, residences
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Saxton, Glenn Lyle, 1877-
Subjects: Dwellings Bungalows Architecture, Domestic
Publisher: Minneapolis : Glenn L. Saxton
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

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Complete plans and specifications for using Denison Load-Bearing Tile,licensed under Wilson-System Bearing Wall Construction for . GLENN L. SAXTON, ARCHITECT, MINNEAPOLIS 39

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A Practical Home For Two Families—No. 974The duplex has this advantage, that every room throughout the entire building has outsideexposure, thus making it more sanitary, pleasanter to live in and last but not least, that all of yourrooms are on one floor, thus overcoming the necessity of having to climb up stairs from the mainrooms to the chambers or bath room. . This duplex has all of the most modern features incorporated m same, that of large livingroom, beautiful dining room with beam ceiling. There are two large chambers, well lighted and arge bathroom. Thereis also amplespace in t hethird storyfor four largechambers, ifone desires.The finishthroughouteach spar t-ment is gumor red oak.Birch ormaple floorsthroughout. Size 28feet wide and46 feet deepover the mainpart. Cost tobuild, ,900.Complete setof plans andspecificationsfor .

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