Ladies Room Door Art Series: Part Five

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The Station Old Time Sign

Here’s the latest in our Ladies Room Door Art Series.

Two signs from one door. Way fun! The one above is at the bottom of the door at a funky bar, The Station, in Carrboro, North Carolina. The more elegant window is on the main section of the door. I have no clue what the “88/44” means.

The Station

The door below? Geesh, it’s Sheetz!!

Another Sheetz

I ran directly into this Silver Girl at the Baltimore Washington airport.

Airport Lady

From blog reader Pam, this stretched out lady graces the ladies room door a the American Legion in Keyesport, Illinois.

American Legion

A booby prize of a door. Yikes! You can find this lovely uni-sex bathroom door below at Wood’s Cold Storage in Stuart, Virginia.  (I’m not complaining though. A bathroom door, when you need one, by any rose would smell so sweet.)

Pestiside Door

Privy! This sign hangs near the bathrooms at The Bald Head Island Lighthouse.

Privy

I found this movie star at an old-time soda shop, Chaps Ice Cream, on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville, Virginia. I don’t know who this is. Can you help? Is it Marilyn?


Movie Star

Now let’s step inside to the ladies room at the Asheville Brewing Company in Ashville, North Carolina. Reader Nancy sent us these shiny photos:

asheville brewing company bathrom - 01

Here’s a closeup:

asheville brewing company bathrom - 02

And another one:

asheville brewing company bathrom - 03

Here are doors of the Mellow Mushroom, near the ball park in Durham, North Carolina. At first, I thought “Femels,” was a kind of mushroom.

Femels

Then I checked out the men’s room door. I think it’s all just a play on the name Mellow Mushroom.

Mellow Mushroom

Shortly after I snapped these photos, my friend Gail sent this one from the Mellow Mushroom in Indianapolis.

Mellow Mushroom Indianapolis

Love this, which I found at the Baltimore Washington Airport. Severe weather in a ladies room would certainly liven up the potty trip!

Severe Weather

Elegance! Blog reader  Cindy found the lovely door below at L’Oncle Antoine in Quebec City.

Quebec

Thanks to Pam, Gail, Nancy, and Cindy!

The adventure continues. Art abounds.  Please keep your camera ready when you visit the privy!

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