Reader Diane writes: “I found these interesting doors at a craft brewery in Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, Canada. I love the rustic old doors and the modern concept, mixing old with new. And of course the cleanliness message!”
Back on the home front, I snapped these festive signs at the Carolina Cafe in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Susan found these doors in Blue Hill, Maine. A nice reference to both boating and anatomy!
I stumbled upon this door at the 108 Churton Street Boutique in Hillsborough. My aunt called her small bathroom the “powder room.” Such a lovely expression.
I found this door at Green Bean Baby Boutique in Charlottesville. The owner is a former teacher, and she used this quote in her classroom. Daughter Kath and I visited the boutique to pick out some outfits for Grandchild Number Three, a boy, who is now FIVE days late!
Bulls decorate the stall doors at the Durham Bulls Ballpark in Durham, North Carolina. The doors are actually a deep blue, but the lighting wasn’t great for photography.
Here’s pretty script on the ladies room door at The Egg and I in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
This Carolina blue and white W graces the door of the ladies room at He’s Not Here, a funky college bar in Chapel Hill.
And that’s it for this edition of our ladies room door art series. Keep your eyes peeled on your way to the potty. Thanks!