A few nice best bathroom design images I found:
Image from page 17 of “Home plan suggestions” (1921)
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Title: Home plan suggestions
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Wm. A. Radford
Subjects: house plans domestic architecture designs and plans
Publisher: Wm. A. Radford
Contributing Library: MBJ collection
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Text Appearing Before Image:
pHARMING STORY-AND-A-HALF RESIDENCE WITH BUILT-IN GARAGE. Here is an ideal home for^- the homelover, a real gem that calls for a garden setting. The structural walls are of hollow tile with a facqbrick veneer to the top of the first floor and stucco above. In addition to a living room, dining room, library, andkitchen on the first floor, a garage has been built within the building. The home is made even more delightful by thelow, wide, sloping gable roof with its overhanging cornices and dormers and balcony. The house is 36 by 51 feet. We can furnish blueprinted working plans and typewritten specifications of this building to anyonedesiring them, for only .00 per set. Ask for Design No. 10715D. 18 HOME PLAN SUGGESTIONS
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pIGHT-ROOM COLONIAL HOUSE■*— shingle siding, shuttered windows An attractive home that will fit very well in a suburban setting. The, and small square-roofed entrance with latticed sides add considerablyand not out of harmony with the general scheme. The first floor consists of a dining room, kitchen, extra toilet denand a large living room, which is 17 feet 3 inches by 25 feet. Four bedrooms, a space-saving closet, bathroom and asmall sewing room make up the upper floor. We can furnish blueprinted working plans and typewritten specifications of this building to anyonedesiring them, for only .00 per set. Ask for Design No, 10704D. HOME PLAN SUGGESTIONS
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Cedar Crest 13
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Dresser is from Alex Chan. He was selling because he was moving to Germany. He’s Nike Marketing Exec. Nike has marketing campus in Beaverton. Intel Corp too. Alex is Chinese. His wife and daughter helped with taking dresser down from 2nd floor. Well third since it’s 3 stories above garage on 1st floor. They told me I missed out best stuff from past three weeks’ garage sales.