Nice Best Bathroom Designs photos

By | October 30, 2017

A few nice best bathroom designs images I found:

Image from page 17 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)
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Title: American homes and gardens
Year: 1905 (1900s)
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Subjects: Architecture, Domestic Landscape gardening
Publisher: New York, Munn and Co
Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden
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Inexpensive,Ornamental, Durable J.H.ELLER&C0. 1610 E. 5th St.CANTON, 0. liynrnm-aaaBu ALSO MAKCRS OF Cornices,Skylights,Ceilings,Etc. k£& OUR remarkable recent Inventions enable usto offer the public an intensely brilliant,smokeless gas at much less cost than citygas, better, safer and cheaper than electricity, anilcosting but one-fourth as much as Acetylene.Most durable and least expensive apparatus tomaintain in effective perpetual operation. Givesservices of lighting, cooking, and heating.Fullest satisfaction guaranteed, and easv termsThe very apparatus for suburban Homes, institu-tions, etc. We construct special apparatus also forfuel gas for manufacturing, producing gas equiv-alent to city gas at 50 cents per t.ooocubic feet, andmade to respond to very large demands, also forlighting towns, etc. C. M. KEMP MFG. CO., BALTIMORE, AID. AMERICAN HOMES AND GARDENS July, 1906

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THE HALFTONE with THIS ADVERTISEMENT ILLUSTRATES A LArt Nouveau Mantel and Fire Place The tile used are a 6 inch by 6 inch glazed with our Matt glaze No. 772, a charming tone of soft Sea Green. We make eighteen new colors in Matt glazed tile for Wainscoting and Fire Place work.If you contemplate building a home, and propose to use tile, write us stating your requirements, also give us your views as to color. We employ a staff of expert designers and decorators ; you can command their services without cost.We stand for all that is artistic and elegant in tile work for Walls and Floors of Vestibules, Living Rooms, Dining Rooms, Bathrooms, Kitchens, etc.Special Designs for Porch Floors. If your dealer cannot show you samples of our Delia Robbia and Matt glazed tile advise us and we will put him in a position to do so. TRENT TILE COMPANY, ™™1 TRENTON, NEW JERSEYStates of America Makers of Wall and Fire Place Tile, Non-AbsorbentFloor Tile, Ceramic Mosaics, Architectural Faience, etc. W

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Image from page 78 of “Lambert’s suburban architecture” (1894)
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Title: Lambert’s suburban architecture
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: Wm A. Lambert
Subjects: house plans — catalogs domestic architecture designs and plans
Publisher: Wm A. Lambert
Contributing Library: JD Collection

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rcase runs to third floor, where there are tworooms finished, allowing for storage, and to finish one ortwo more rooms. The bathroom is fitted complete with best,open, exposed plumbing. The building is heated through-out by steam heater in cellar. The casings of main hall and dining-room are oak. Parlorand library, whitewood, to be finished in china gloss.Cypress, finished natural, in the other rooms. All windows are provided with outside blinds, except onfirst story and bays, which have inside Venetian blinds. Heights of ceilings : first story, 9 feet 6 inches ; secondstory, 8 feet 6 inches ; third story, 8 feet ; cellar, 7 feet. Size of building, 32 feet x 39 feet, not including porchesor bays. Design No. 476^ is similar in exterior appearance andinterior arrangement and finish to design No. 476, exceptthat first story is built of frame instead of stone, andchimneys are of brick. This house is located opposite theNetherwood Hotel, Netherwood, N. J. LAMBERTS SUBURBAN ARCHITECTURE. 77

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Image from page 110 of “Smith & Winchester illustrated catalogue : of steel, iron and wood wind engines, wood, iron, brass and copper pumps, artesian well tools and supplies, steam boilers and engines, steam pumps, wrought iron pipe and fittings, brass go
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Title: Smith & Winchester illustrated catalogue : of steel, iron and wood wind engines, wood, iron, brass and copper pumps, artesian well tools and supplies, steam boilers and engines, steam pumps, wrought iron pipe and fittings, brass goods, hose, belting, etc., etc
Year: 1890 (1890s)
Authors: Smith & Winchester
Subjects: Hardware Plumbing Pipe fittings
Publisher: Boston : Smith & Winchester, 19 to 31 Wendell Street, 2 to 12 Hartford Street, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.
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SIZES. PRICES ETC. Fig. 7 1 N >■ or ■ SMITH & WINCHESTER, BOSTON, MASS., U. S. A. [05 Goulds Duplex Water Lifter.

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FIG. 936 shows our Duplex Water Lifter. It is designed to pump automatically, and by water pressure, purecity water to a greater height than its natural pressure will deliver it, or by this same water pressure, purecistern water, where this is preferable, to general supply for domestic purposes, etc., to upper supply tanks, bathrooms, etc. It dispenses with all noisy, cumbersome or offensive combinations of Engines and Pumps, and does itswork noiselessly and automatically, and withal without waste of water and attending expense. It is designed after the well-known Duplex Steam Pump, and operated by water pressure from city mains or wind-mill tower tanks. The water is conducted to Lifter, and after exerting its efficiency, may be discharged throughwaste pipe or sewer, or equally as well utilized for the many ordinary requirements of the household. Our system of piping by which this waste water may be utilized on the same or higher level than Lifter is fullydescribed in our special circ

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