What makes a bathroom memorable? I've been thinking about that on my travels this year. Despite the raised eyebrows I get when taking photos in and around public bathrooms, I have found some nice details to share.
At the Coast Long Beach Hotel in Long Beach, CA, ornate brass handles set off the bathroom doors.
Zephyr Restaurant, also in Long Beach, had this lovely switchplate adorning their restroom.
Shades Restaurant in San Diego found a smart and colorful way to cover up those ugly pipes. They also have real, fluffy bath mats. (Note: Real, fluffy bath mats do need extra cleaning.)
Cafe Gratitude in Berkeley continues their theme of self-empowerment in the unisex bathroom.
Filoli Center, south of San Francisco, has beautiful tile borders on the floor.
The Ghirardelli shop in Chicago offers this gorgeous bathroom.
The winner in this category: The incredible de Young Museum's bathroom, with fresh flower arrangements.
Tip of the day: How can you add special touches to your bathroom to extend your business theme and make the experience memorable?
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