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Image from page 16 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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Floor Plan—Design P 45 10
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■«*°-— – ■ Tim,■■ ,1 ,I irSnirMwiiiiwii^. MiriSiiSii\ Standard Modern Batli Room—Design P 5 0 ^■6 A LARGE and commodious bath . room is not a luxury or extravagance, but a paying and lastmg investment Itenhances the property value and is a daily comfort to the occupants of the home. The wainscot of this room is 4feet high and of olive green dull glaze tile, 3 x 3 inches. The upper walls are of same size and kind of tile butmuch lighter in color—a pale green tint. The floor is of ceramic unglazed tile. It isan unusually practical and attractive bath room arrangement, in which the shower and sitz bath play an important partThe Copley Lavatory sets away from the wall. The equipment is arranged for houses costing from ,000 upwards PRICES
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