WCs first appeared in Britain in the 1880s, and soon spread to Continental Europe. In America, the chain-pull indoor toilet was introduced in the homes of the wealthy and in hotels in the 1890s.
Considering this, when was the indoor plumbing invented?
In 1829, the Tremont Hotel of Boston became the first hotel to have indoor plumbing with eight water closets built by Isaiah Rogers. Until 1840, indoor plumbing could be found only in the homes of the rich and the better hotels.
Also to know, when was indoor plumbing common in England?
What did people use before indoor plumbing?
There were a few different types of 'bathrooms' before indoor plumbing came along. Some families used chamber pots. A chamber pot was a large basin one could use to relieve themselves. It would be stored under the bed or in a closet, waiting to be emptied.
Why did outhouses have two holes?
Now I am sure you have all heard of the Two Holer Outhouses. Now, contrary to perhaps modern thinking, the Two Holer was not designed so that two people could use it at the same time. It was designed so that the human waste would be distributed in the wooden box underneath the holes.