Louise Cohen LIFE IS GREAT fire and grill table and me

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A few nice cool kitchen design images I found:

Louise Cohen LIFE IS GREAT fire and grill table and me
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Image from page 85 of “Gordon-Van Tine homes” (1921)
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Identifier: GordonVanTineCoGordonvantinehomes19210001
Title: Gordon-Van Tine homes
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Gordon-Van Tine Co.
Subjects: house plans — catalogs Division 22 Division 26 domestic architecture designs and plans plumbing fixtures fuel-fired domestic water heaters interior lighting fixtures lamps and ballasts
Publisher: Gordon-Van Tine Co.
Contributing Library: JD Collection

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s, another pleasingfeature. These extend to the grade line,helping to further the low broad effectsought after in the bungalow. The hoodeddormers add dignity to the exterior, androom and light to the house sized attic. The wide porch along the whole front isroomy. The living room is large, light and airyand connected with the dining room by a widecased opening, making the entire front of thishome practically one large room, receiving lightand air from every direction. A hall opensfrom the back of the living room. The room opening off the left of this hall willmake either a very cool and quiet ground floorbed room, not far from the bath at the head ofthe stairs, or a mighty fine den or library. Thecloset to the right of the stairway can be usedwith this room, or as a coat closet, near to theliving room. The kitchen, besides opening from the diningroom, is also easy of access to the other rooms,because of its connection with the lower hall.The built-in kitchen case, desicn D. must 30:0-

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meet with your absolute approval, since itslocation is ideal. See the colored insert forillustration of this handsome and convenientcase. In fact, the entire kitchen arrangementis such as will make work easy and pleasureable,and at the same time leave the room alwaysorderly and attractive. Not an unnecessary step will be taken ingetting supplies from the basement or refriger-ator, and the putting away of winter stores willnot result in an untidy kitchen, for the gradedoor at the walk level prevents this. The base-ment extends under the entire house. It is welllighted, as we furnish four cellar sash, as well asstairs, girders and girder posts. Second Floor Plan On the second floor are two large well lightedchambers, a bath and an attic. The attic givessplendid storage space, without the necessityof climbing a second flight of stairs. The bathis unusually large. The linen case which wesupply is shown in the colored section. All in all this is a plan for a home that iscomfortable, econom

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Image from page 41 of “Gordon-Van Tine homes” (1921)
cool kitchen design
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Identifier: GordonVanTineCoGordonvantinehomes19210001
Title: Gordon-Van Tine homes
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Gordon-Van Tine Co.
Subjects: house plans — catalogs Division 22 Division 26 domestic architecture designs and plans plumbing fixtures fuel-fired domestic water heaters interior lighting fixtures lamps and ballasts
Publisher: Gordon-Van Tine Co.
Contributing Library: JD Collection

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variation. The ice box can be iced from the rear porch if placed as planned in thebutlers pantry. Here it will be accessible to the kitchen and dining room aswell as the pantry, and likewise have the coolest spot in the house. Thisentire department is thus kept separate. The duplex stairs ascend fromthe kitchen as well as from the front hall—the accepted, best practice. The hall on the second floor is large and light. The linen closet, asshown on the colored plate, is here. _ The bedrooms are almost equallylarge and light and well supplied with closet room. Two of them openthrough French doors onto the splendid large porch—a real haven onwarm summer nights. And the little sewing room next to it is a mostconvenient feature. From the upper hall an open stairway leads to the attic, which is floored.It is house size and of equal height with the other ceilings, for its entirelength and for 10 feet in width—a splendid big room. Blinds, window boxes and trellis are furnished as shown.

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First Floor Plan PAINT—Unless otherwise instructed, we will furnish silver grayshingle stain for body, white for trim, and bright green for blmds. For Plumbing, Heating, Lighting for This Home, See Last Pages of Book (1= Guaranteed Prices-No Extras text-. Z38 Page 37 * ■^;.;l;a^l^,-ui_-

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