8 Awesome Restaurant Bathroom Designs You Should Totally Copy

By: Ameyna Jackson

3 Minute Read

Dec 30, 2017

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A restaurant bathroom doesn’t just have to be the place that, well, we all know it for – it can also be a rather enjoyable part of the restaurant experience.

From the well-designed to the flat-out goofy, here is a list of a few inspirational restaurants bathrooms to keep in mind during your next redesign.

Genuine Liquorette, New York City 

Did someone say four puffs of Farrah Fawcett Spray?

If you are obsessed with the Charlie’s Angels, or just love the '80s, you will love this bathroom. Pictures of the star cover the walls, and honestly, it's not the worst thing in the world.

Sketch, London, England

If you are more into a sci-fi theme, check out these futuristic pod bathroom stalls in London. This bathroom is truly Instagram-worthy, and that is something that cannot be said often about a bathroom. 

Skyfall Lounge at The Delano, Las Vegas, Nevada

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Ever wish you could live like James Bond? Well, the Skyfall Lounge at The Delano is the answer.

The gold in the lounge’s bathroom makes you feel as if you are. Who knew a bathroom would have the best view in Vegas?

Mumin Papa Cafe, Akashi, Japan

Afraid of swimming? Fear no more. You don't even have to get wet to swim at Mumin Papa Cafe. You can be surrounded by nature in these stall aquarium while you handle your business.

Smith & Mills, New York City

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Maybe it’s the child in me or the rusted metal, but I can’t help but think of the animated film Robots when stepping into this steampunk washroom. 

Megu, New York City

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Megu takes classic Japanese art to a whole new level in their Geisha-inspired bathroom. With accents of red, traditional lantern lights, and geisha-engraved mirrors, you almost feel as if you stepped right into a Japanese temple. 

Canlis, Seattle, Washington

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Set back and relax after a delicious meal at Canlis. They have transformed the bathroom into a sanctuary of zen and tranquility with a garden, dimmed lights, and a lounge chair that any yogi would approve of. 

Nopi, London, England

There is no escaping yourself in Nopi. The bathroom stalls are covered with floor-to-ceiling mirrors that let you see yourself at every angle. Who knows? You may get your best mirror selfie.

What's Behind Stall Number 2?

Planning a redesign? Let us know which of these bathroom designs you'll take inspiration from in the comments, and download our Restaurant Marketing Guide for more ideas to make your business stand out!

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