Salon style! Nordstroms Ladies Lounge

Everyone knows that Nordstrom is best known for its customer service. It's a great department store, and successful even when other department stores around the country are closing. Nordstroms offers an incredible selection of clothing and shoes, combined with incredible customer service and a personal concierge.  It's glamorous and stylish, but who knew the ladies rooms were too?


Toilet of the day!


This was sent in from Seattle artist Ryan Molencamp, from a home in West Seattle. Not sure exactly, but from the photo looks like a inlaid resin toilet seat. This is sure to increase the value of this lovely home!

Booze makes you crap?


Really?  I hadn't noticed!


Playwright Holly Arsenault's first-ever bathroom selfie

Carefully staged in a restaurant restroom to show off the makeup stylings of babysitter/makeup artist extraordinaire Laura Valiente. Ms. Arsenault is quoted as saying she is certain that babysitters who are also professional makeup artists is a million dollar idea.  Good luck to Ms. Arsenault in this and in all future endeavors! 


The Pecker Collection - A Poem by Robin Hall

A curse upon you puddle makers,
mopping pee up gives me vapors!
Misdirection's not the issue
JUST CLEAN UP! There's lots of tissue.

If your thing swings loose and free,
and on the floor or seat you pee,
please clean it up, don't be a slob,
It's YOURS, not someone else's job!


Toilets and bathrooms of past, present and future – in pictures | Life and style | The Guardian

Few countries were as advanced as the Romans, however. In Britain, chamber pots were emptied on to muck heaps, streets or into rivers for centuries. But the toilet – like the one above – could be a means to power – the 'groom of the stool' had unparalled access to the King.Photograph: Royal Collection Trust/Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

Toilets and bathrooms of past, present and future – in pictures | Life and style | The Guardian:


Rolling Stones urinal in Germany

The design team of Delphine Buhro and Michael Dreher created this homage to the Rolling Stones at Goldman 25Hours Hotel in Frankfurt, Germany via Juxtapoz Magazine.