The Ladies Room Door Art Series: Part Fifty-three

More doors!

I love the door above at Havanas in New Hope, Pennsylvania.

I found this lively restroom sign at Vanish Farmwoods Brewery in Leesburg, Virginia. The actual door to the ladies room featured a flyer for an art workshop. Fun!

I took the next three photos at Independence Beer Garden in downtown Philadelphia.



And I snapped this unisex door at Kolbe Cafe in New Hope, Pennsylvania.

This is the arty door at the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania. The museum displays work of three generations of the Wyeth Family.

Here’s the door to the ladies room, and then to the men’s room, at the Mellow Mushroom in Raleigh, North Carolina.


This is a sign for the public restrooms in Southport, North Carolina. The tree is a live oak, native to that region. I suspect the trees are called “live oaks” because they are evergreens.


This door comes from faraway Loch Ness, Scotland.  The photo was sent by a friend of my friend, Ann.

This often true sign comes from the Red Oak Brewery in Whitsett, North Carolina.

Here’s the shiny door to the actual ladies room at the brewery.

Finally, I loved reading  how this school decorated their bathroom stalls. A million cheers for creativity and positivity!  You can read the article about the doors and  see the video on the USA Today website.


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