A few nice cool bathroom design images I found:
Image from page 15 of “A plan book of Harris homes” (1915)
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Title: A plan book of Harris homes
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: Harris Bros. Co.
Subjects: house plans prefabricated houses domestic architecture designs and plans, prefab, kit houses
Publisher: Harris Bros.
Contributing Library: MBJ collection
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the outward appearance. Amplecovered porch space, a well placed entrance and neatwindow arrangements with the ever popular pergolaeffect across the front to balance the design. Themassive square columns furnished for the porch andpergola are intended to be supported by brickpiers. The floor plan shows properly placed win-dows in all rooms for good light and ventilation. Therooms are all of good size and well arranged to saveas many steps as possible for the busy housewife.This home will be cool in summer and easily heatedin the cold weather. Good sized clothes closets adjointhe bedrooms. There is no waste of room in the entirelayout, giving full benefit for every inch of space.Large living room, dining room, and two good sizedchambers. The kitchen and bathroom convenientlyplaced. Cellar stairway is shown to the rear of thehouse, right off the kitchen, protected from all outsideweather. This is an ideal bungalow from every stand-point and is easily built with great economy. FLOOD PLAN
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HARRIS BROTHERS COMPANY, 35th and Iron Streets, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Page 26
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Club Quarters, NYC
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Club Quarters are private, full service hotels for member organizations designed for the business traveler, subsidized for family and friends’ use on weekends and holiday periods.