Becky found this appropriate and festive door above at Penn Skate, a skating rink in State College, Pennsylvania.
And this one at Nana Taco in Durham, North Carolina.
Here’s the bathroom sign at the Virginia Discovery Museum on the downtown mall in Charlottesville, Virginia. We visit there with grandson Maze.
Maze especially loves the pretend store at the museum.
I found this sign at Bar Louie in Durham, North Carolina.
I like the elegance of the bar’ s actual ladies room door.
I hit it big at the Mebane Steakhouse in Mebane, North Carolina. Here’s the ladies room sign.
And inside I found the coolest sink ever. A strip of light at the back of the sink changes color.
This is the unisex door at Gocciolina in Durham. Sadly, I can’t remember who sent this to me.
James send these funky doors from the Dinghy Dock restaurant in Culebra, Puerto Rico.
My friend Alicia’s friend sent these. Talk about a clever use of circles!
And it’s a wrap.
Number Fifty in our series coming up soon! Hard to believe…
4 thoughts on “The Ladies Room Door Art Series: Part Forty-nine”
Who would ever have thought how amusing these posts could be, and how they’ve grown LEGS! (and circles)
If I don’t always have time to read all of your posts, I DO have time to look at Ladies’ Door Art. My favorite of this episode were the Nenas and Nenes in PR.
These are great. Subtle on some yet still effective and directive!
Great bathroom doors. Love to see them!
How interesting! I never delete your emails without taking a peak and that’s why!