The Ladies Room Door Art Series: Part Nineteen



I found this lovely door above (and the bad news the sign announces) at a bagel shop in New York City.

This is a ladies room stall door at Ragga, an Indian restaurant in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The actual ladies room door has a similar styling, but the hallway is too dark to snap a photo.


From my friend Ken, one of a few brave men helping me find doors, comes this unisex door at Mont Blanc, a Swiss restaurant on 48th Street, New York City.IMG_1224 (1)

From Susan comes this young lady who resembles one of the Big Eyes figures. Susan found  her at the Black Bear Restaurant in Pottersville, New York.
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Susan found this sprightly young lady at Le Cafetier in Sutton, Quebec.

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I took this photo at the Frankfort Airport.


From Susan, Cacao 70 in Sherbrooke, Quebec.

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And East Side Mario’s in Bromont, Quebec.
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From reader Greta, a sign for a unisex bathroom at the Soda Shoppe in Pittsboro, North Carolina.

Greta's signs

From my friend Margot, came this email:”You have me looking at bathrooms in a whole new light. I finally found the photos among the thousands I took in Europe. The first set is of my favorite building in Prague – the Municipal Building. ”

Municiap Building in Prague


Stall Doors


Prague Encore



Margot wrote that the bathroom below is in “Dancing House,” a controversial modern building designed by Frank Gehry; the two round sections look like Ginger Rogers and Fred.” (Check out Gehry’s other amazing buildings here.)


Margot continues: “The bathroom is at the top of Fred by his wire mesh head.” And note darling Margot in the mirror.

Margot in Mirror

Thanks, Margot, and thanks to everyone who photographed ladies room doors in the U.S. and overseas. I hope you’re having fun helping us look at bathrooms in a whole new light.

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