The Ladies Room Door Art Series: Part Thirteen

Velvet Taco Ladies

In my year and a half of searching for ladies room doors, I do believe the door above, in bright pink, is my favorite! I found it (and the men’s below) at Urban Taco in Dallas this summer.

Velvet Taco Men

I loved this unisex door, found at The Gypsy Wagon, a funky boutique in the Knox-Henderson neighborhood of Dallas.

And I can’t resist showing you the dressing room!

Gypsy Wagon

Reader Susan, while in Chicago for her daughter’s grad school graduation, found this metal lady at Avec Restaurant.

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And this elegant door at  Chant, a restaurant in Hyde Park, Chicago.


And from Susan, the Barkeater’s Restaurant in Shelburne, Vermont.

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I found this at The Yellow Deli in Rutland, Vermont. The owner was pleased at my enthusiasm. No one had ever photographed his doors before.


A nice brass plate at the Latham ’76 Diner in Latham, New York. I did wonder why they didn’t move the plate down a bit.


Ah. And remember the days when we called it a “Powder Room?”  Here’s a sign for a unisex bathroom at the Gourmet Provence Bakery in Brandon,Vermont.

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And finally, a blast from the past: the ladies room door on the Ticonderoga Steamboat at the fabulous Shelburne Museum in  Vermont. If you visit the Shelburne, allow at least a day for an amazing blast from your past.


And so full steam ahead in our quest for creative and unusual ladies room doors. Thanks for your help!

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