Cool Best Bathroom Designs images

By | December 9, 2017

A few nice best bathroom designs images I found:

Image from page 253 of “American homes and gardens” (1905)
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Identifier: americanhomr03newy
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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ther side,from which broadvistas are obtainedof the river below.The door opens ontothe balcony whichoverhangs the cliff. The living-room,sixteen by twenty-eight feet, is exposedon three sides. It istrimmed with ma-hogany and has awall decoration inivory-white and yel-low, the whole ofwhich i s finishedwith a woodencornice. The fire-place has tiled fac-ings and hearth, anda paneled manteland over-m a n t e 1with mirrors. Broadwindows pierce thewalls on the front and rear of the room, while at the side are two win-dows with a broad space between, providing ample oppor-tunity for a piano or bookcase. The dining-room, seventeen by twenty feet, is trimmedwith oak. At one end of the room is a broad bay-windowwith paneled seat, and at the side opposite the entrance is afireplace furnished with tiled facings and hearth and amantel of oak. The butlers pantry occupies the remain-ing space of this side of the house, and contains the rearstairway in combination with the front stairs, and also the

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2—A Distinct Departure was Made in the Designing of This House stairway to the basement, the dumbwaiter to the kitchen,and sink, dresser, cupboards, etc. The bottom of the base-ment is on a level with the grade at the rear of the house;consequently, it permits placing the kitchen and its de-pendencies in the basement, which contains a well-fittedkitchen, good pantries, store-pantry, laundry, servants halland the cellar containing the heating apparatus and fuel-rooms. The second floor shows a hall, square in form, and of the same woodwork andcolor-scheme as thelower hall, and thewindows placed atthe side of the stair-case with thestained-glass tran-soms shed a pleas-ant light over it aswell as upon thestaircase. In all thebedrooms the wood-work is treated withwhite-painted trim,with doors finishedin mahogany. Thereare four bedroomson this floor, all ofgood dimensions andprovided with well-fitted closets, andtwo bathrooms. Theowners suite, con-sisting of one largebedroom with acombina

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Image from page 29 of “Cutter’s official guide to Mount Clemens, Mich., and its world famous mineral baths” (1913)
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Title: Cutter’s official guide to Mount Clemens, Mich., and its world famous mineral baths
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Cutter, John Milton, [from old catalog] ed
Subjects: Mineral waters
Publisher: [Mt. Clemens? Mich.] C. Cutter & son
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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25 cents extra. The Fountain Bath House is connected with tlie Clifton House, on sameblock, by an enclosed passageway, and also with the Foun-tain Hotel and the Crystal. The passageways are heatedby steam, well lighted, and the return to the hotel afterthe bath can be made without exposure or danger of takingcold. Analysis of the Fountain Bath House Weil BuFF.LO, N. v., Feb. 19, 1887.R. O. Mcldrum, Esq.: De.r Sir : The sample of water from Mount Clemens,Mich., placed in my hands for analysis, yields the follow-ing results, expressed in grains per gallon: Carbonate of Magnesia .750 Carbonate of Iron 1-905 Carbonate of Calcium 1.500 Cliloride of Potassium 3.666 Chloride of Calcium 1154.400 Chloride of Magnesium 851.800 Chloride of Sodium 11960.400 Sulphate of Calcium 82.111 Iodide of Sodium .065 Bromide of Magnesium 17.250 Silica 19.000 .lumina 9.000 Total 14101.847 Sulphureted Hydrogen Gas, 40.40 cubic inches.Yours truly, A. R. Davidson, M. D..Prof. Med. Client., Niagara Unhersily.

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The Med-^a Hotel and Bath House The Medea Hotel and Bath House The new Medea Hotel is designed to meet the demandsof a large and exclusive class of visitors who desire athoroughly modern and roomy house with an attractive,central location. Opening off the lobby are the bathing departments,ladies parlor, dining room, ordinary, reading and writingrooms, buffet, barber shop, a public and private office,elevator and stairways. All the hotel and bathrooms and passageways are soheated, lighted and ventilated and interconnected as toform a miniature health and pleasure resort at any andall seasons of the year. The Medea Hotel is located in the center of the city,opposite the Court House and principal business houses.The interurban waiting-room is opposite our main en-trance, and all cars stop in front of our door. The NewMedea Hotel is modern, newly renovated and decorated.The bath house is located right in the hotel and you cango from your room to the bath house in your bath robe,if desired

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