Nice Best Bathroom Designs photos

By | October 3, 2017

A few nice best bathroom designs images I found:

Image from page 64 of “Boston Herald-Traveler’s book of homes : how to plan, finance and build your home” (1922)
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Title: Boston Herald-Traveler’s book of homes : how to plan, finance and build your home
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Boston Herald-Traveler Corporation. Building Dept
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic
Publisher: [Boston, Mass.] : Boston Herald and Traveler
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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thin their income.They will enjoy the comfort and pleasure of their owngarden and tireside while saving and planning forfuture days. They will find it cuzy to breakfast in thedining alcove or dine by the fireside in the living room. And it will be far superior to a small, crowdedapartment involving high rent bills which would better be applied on paying for a home. The rooms of thi?charming little Colonial bungalow are large, light andcheerful, while the exterior is e.xceedingly attractive.A large lot is not needed unless one wishes an exten-sive garden. All told it is a very attractive and livable littlehome for any young couple until increasing fortunepermits or justifies a larger and more pretentioushouse. The interior arrangements are given on theopposite page where the reverse plan is shown with adifferent exterior design. Three-Room Bungalow, No. 301 Designed for the Service rJepaitiiient of Tlie American Face Brlcl< Association THE I50ST0N IIERALD-TRAVELERS liOOK OF HOMES 59

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SECOND FLCER The Popular Dutch Colonial Type As successful in design as the English house op-posite, this Colonial house should be a favorite withiiiaiiy. The customary central hall has been omittedand the space thrown into the living room, making itL-shaped. If is an easy matter to restore the partition,if a hall is desired. On the broad side of the living room is the fire-place, flanked by double French doors which open to theporch, here shown as a sun parlor. As the living roomextends from front to rear, the house may be face:!north and still obtain a southern e.xposure in the room. The dining room is of good size and proportion. Thekitchen is compact and convenient and has a finebrea! fast alcove. The refrigerator is placed in therear entry. There are three good rooms on the second floorall with exposure on two sides, and well supplied withclosets. The bathroom is larger than is usually foundin houses of this size and wi 1 amply accommodate adresser if desired. The basement has th

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Image from page 237 of “Armour engineer” (1910)
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Title: Armour engineer
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Armour Institute of Technology
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Publisher: Chicago : Armour Institute of Technology
Contributing Library: Paul V. Galvin Library, Illinois Institute of Technology
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228 THE ARMOUR ENGINEER [May, 1910 Reading room with separate alcoves for reference books onarchitecture, electrical, mechanical and civil engineering. Approximate area of reading room 1,200 sq. ft.2nd Floor. Lounging room for professors, toilet. (2) bedrooms, each with closet and bathroom, for profes-sors in charge of Commons. Clnb rooms before mentioned may, if desired, be placed onthe second floor.Drawings required. Plat showing location of proposed buildings, athletic fieldand gymnasium. /ir-moc*- 0*4*.

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Fin. (>. Plan of Block. Scale 1/32—l-O. (Note) (2nd floor plan shown on plat.) Elevation on 33rd St. and cross section at a point selectedby the designer to obtain the best effect. Scale Vs—l-O. Plan 1st floor, i/8—l-O. Interior of perspective of Dining Hall at J4—l-O. Detail of Tower. Scale U,—l-O. Note.—All drawings with the exception of the Tower de-tail to be rendered in color. Tower to be line drawing in pen and ink. Vol. II. No. 2] SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST : HAMMOND 220 Criticism. April 15th, 1010.Dear Mr. Shattuck :— I have the honor to report my findings as follows, in the0.00 Home Traveling Scholarship Competition.First place is given to Drawing No. 15 (Mr. Karl F. Saam). In general treatment this design follows more closely thanany other the hest English precedent in proportion, fenestra-tion, roof treatment, scale of relative parts, and has a veryGothic feeling inside and out, and though in an archaic styleis alive. The plan is scholarly, and the hest exhibit

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