Nice Best Bathroom Designs photos

By | October 27, 2017

A few nice best bathroom designs images I found:

Image from page 173 of “Mechanical Contracting & Plumbing January-December 1912” (1912)
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Title: Mechanical Contracting & Plumbing January-December 1912
Year: 1912 (1910s)
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Subjects: Air conditioning Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery Heating Plumbing
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Fisher – University of Toronto
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CANADA x 0 Artistic Sanitation In The Home Is the title of a very handsome booklet wehave just issued on Standard IDEAL Ware-To read it will make you better acquaintedwith the merits of this artistic and abso-lutely sanitary product—It gives manypractical suggestions on bathroom furnish-ing and much information on the processesof manufacture which obtain in the Larg-est Exclusive Cast Iron Porcelain Enamel-ling Sanitary Works under the British Flag. Let us have your name to-dayfor a copy of it BRANCH OFFTCESand SHOWROOMSMONTREAL WINNIPEG 76 SZ LOMBARD ST i 0 1 PLUMB E U AN I) S T E A M F I T T E R Beaver Brand Cast Iron Enameled Ware Unsurpassed for Pure Whiteness of Color,Attractiveness of Design, Finish and Durability.

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The above cut shows one of our NEW ROLL RIM,HIGH BACK SINKS with Improved Outlet and LargePatent Nickel-plated Strainer, with Roll Rim, HighBack, Right and Left Drain Boards. This is another of our new Fixtures that is meeting withgreat favour from buyers who want the best, and insiston BEAVER BRAND GOODS. Amherst Foundry Co., Limited General Offices and Factory: Amherst, Nova Scotia ONTARIO:Monarch Brass Mfg. Co.,178 Victoria St., Toronto MANITOBA and NORTHWEST:E. B. Plewes,120 Lombard St., Winnipeg BRITISH COLUMBIA:A. O. Campbell,550 Beatty St., Vancouver PLUMBER AND STEAMFITTER

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Image from page 64 of “Book of plans / Chicago House Wrecking Co.” (1913)
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Title: Book of plans / Chicago House Wrecking Co.
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Chicago House Wrecking Company.
Subjects: Architecture, Domestic–Designs and plans–Catalogs Trade catalogs–Architecture, Domestic–Designs and plans
Publisher: The Company, Chicago, Ill.
Contributing Library: Winterthur Museum Library
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ndent of the other. Second floor has three large bedrooms, each provided with closet and a bathroom. If bathroom is not desired, this and the closet in the right-hand bedroom may be omitted and an additional bedroom provided for. All bedrooms have two windows, providing plenty of light and ventilation from every direction. All the material that we furnish for this design is of excellent quality; the entire interior being furnished in Clear Georgia Pine stock, suitable for finishing in the natural grain of the wood, or may be stained to imitate Oak so closely that only an expert can tell the difference. For the amount of money necessary to expend to finish this plan, it will prove aprofitable investment even though not built for a home. Our Blue Print Plants which are furnished, in accordance with our liberal offer out-lined in the beginning of this book, will give you full information and all details, andwe will be very glad to quote you fully on any changes that you may wish to make.

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We will furnish complete Window Shades of high grade, hand made,Cloth in any color, on best quality spring rollers, to fit all first andsecond floor windows for Oil Opaque .80 .41 ■^?2aS2 T-JLCa-lh^ We will furnish our high grade Paint for entire job covering all woodwork, 2 coatsoutside work, 2 coats for trim, 2 coats black paint for sash, putty for nail holes, shellac,hard oil finish for 2 coats interior, including 2 coats Moor paint for allporches, but no other Moor or roof paint for We will furnish complete Plumbing Equipment for this house including our popularMajestic Bath Room Outfit, 30-Uallon Standard Range Boiler, One-piece Roll RimKitchen Sinks, Reversible Drain Board, and all material required to com- CQC EA pletely install this outfit 03D.3U Complete Hot Air Heating Plant $ 76.70 Complete Steam Heating Plant 176.59 Complete Hot Water Heating Plant 211.60

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Image from page 112 of “Cyclopedia of heating, plumbing and sanitation; a complete reference work” (1909)
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Title: Cyclopedia of heating, plumbing and sanitation; a complete reference work
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: American School (Chicago, Ill.)
Subjects: Heating Plumbing Sanitation Ventilation
Publisher: Chicago American School of Correspondence
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
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slide, outside of which should be placed awire grating, backed by a netting of about |-inch mesh. Vent Flues. In dwelling-houses, vent Hues are often omitted,and the frequent opening of doors and leakage are depended upon tocarry away the im-pure air. A well-designed system ofwarming s h o u 1 dprovide some meansfor discharge ven-tilation, especiallyfor bathrooms andtoilet-rooms, andalso for living roomswhere lights areburned in the even-ing. Fireplaces areusually provided inthe more importantrooms of a well-built house, andthese are made to serve as vent Hues. In rooms having no fireplaces, special Huesof tin or galvanized iron may be carried up in the partitions inthe same manner as the warm-air flues. These should be gatheredtogether in the attic, and connected with a brick Hue running upbeside the boiler or range chimney. Very fair results may be obtained by simply letting the Hues openinto an unfinished attic, and depending upon leakage through theroof to carry away the foul air.

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^w^w^w^wm^ Fig. 66. Air-Inlet Provided with Cheek-Valves to PreventOutward Plow of Air. 93 84 HEATING Wl> VENTILATION AirValve The sizes of flues m;iv be made the reverse of the warm-air Huesthat is, I square inches area per square Fool of indirecl radiationfor rooms u the first floor, and 2 square inches for those on thesecond. This is because tli« velocity of ll will depend 111>11 theheight of flue, and will iher•■ slow ;it best, unless some meansis provided for warming the air in the flue to ;i temperature abovethai of the room with which it connects. The method of carrying up the outboard discharge beside a warmchimney is usually sufficienl in dwelling-houses; but when it is desired to move largerquantities of air, ;i loopof steam pipe should bein inside the Hue Thishould 1><- connected fordrainage and air-ventingshown in Fig. (»7.When vents are carried

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