More enchanting doors in our Ladies Room Door Art Series! Above, this woman, whose name I don’t know, graces the ladies room door at the Baltimore County Historical Society. Thanks to reader Claire for taking this shot.
And thanks to Claire for this ancient door at Dimitri’s International Grille, Catonsville, Maryland. Claire reports that this Greek restaurant’s best seller is sauerbraten!
I snapped these inspiring words reflecting into the mirror at the ladies room at the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
This old sign hangs on a unisex door at a small Italian restaurant in Manhattan, whose name, sadly, I never took in.
Here’s a similar door sent by a friend of reader Miriam. Her friend found the door at an old-fashioned farm but reports seeing actual signs like this when she was a little girl. I recall my Mom handing me dimes to get into a stall. Anybody else remember the pay toilets of yesterday?
Although Cliff was under-impressed with the food at Charles de Gaulle Airport, I was delighted with this figure outside the ladies room.
And these shiny stall doors.
From reader Carol, Roma’s Restaurant in Ocala, Florida.
Reader Susan found this unisex kitty door on the FB page of the Mason de Moggy, Scotland’s only cafe for cats.
From Ken, who led our trip on the Moselle River, a unisex door in a trattoria near the Trevino Fountain in Rome.
And another unisex bathroom in Palazzo Massimo, Rome. Ken also sent me this link to some wacky toilets.
Reader Steff found this sign in Barcelona, Spain. I wrote back and asked where, exactly, in Barcelona she found it. She replied, “I was afraid you’d ask: The Museum of Erotica.” Ha! I’m not surprised. This is the boldest bathroom door I’ve yet to see!
Happy tinkling, everyone!