The Nicest Bathroom I Have Ever Seen–My World Tuesday
Posted by Louise Cannon under My World Tuesday
| Tags: bathroom decor
, extreme bathrooms
, Shoji Tabuchi theater
When we were in Branson, we went to the Shoji Tabuchi Theater. Shoji is a violinist from Japan than arrived in Branson some twenty years ago. I will admit to never having visited his show (or most of the shows in Branson) until I moved away and returned as a tourist.
Over Thanksgiving we went to the Christmas show (really, REALLY nice), and I decided you needed to see the bathroom. I had seen in once before, but decked out for Christmas was even better. It won the most extreme bathroom (along with some others) in a Travel Channel Survey/Contest. The photos are not stellar as lighting was pretty and soft, and I really do not like using a flash. And I did not have a tripod, but you will get the idea.
Upon entering was this display on a sidebar-type piece of furniture.
This bright tree greeted my eyes right away as well.
This is sort of the "town square" for the bathroom stalls. Those oak doors you can see in the background are the stalls. This santa was the display in the middle for the holidays. Each stall had a wreath or something decorative in it as well.
This was the fireplace. Sorry for the flash, but it was just too dark for a non-flash photo. I loved Santa's purple suit.
Fresh orchids are placed onto each sink weekly.
This is a view of the row of sinks with their pretty lights decorated for Christmas.
A chandalier dressed for the holidays. The ceiling is also purple.
The "Lotion Cart." We got there very early, so the "Lotion Lady" was not on duty yet. When you are there later, a nice lady squirts scented lotion onto your hands for you.
Leaving the restroom.
Apparently the men’s restroom is just as elaborate, but less frilly. There is a pool table (not a cheap one) in it. I am not brave enough to go in there to take pictures, but enough women are that there is a sign on the door that women should not be in there.
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