Design & Home

Six Seriously Stylish Restaurant Bathrooms

Excuse yourself to the restroom next time you visit one of these Washington eateries.

Want inspiration for your home bathroom? Excuse yourself to the restroom next time you’re at one of these stylish restaurants.

Wallpaper inspired by cookbooks at DBGB

Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.
Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.

A disco look at Minibar

Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.
Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.

Rococo-style mirrors at Succotash

Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.
Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.

Dark and moody at Métier

Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.
Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.

Oyster-can labels for wallpaper at The Salt Line

Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.
Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.

Punk zines on the walls at Bad Saint

Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.
Photograph by James C. Jackson/@thisisjamesj.

This article appeared in the May 2018 issue of Washingtonian.

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Mimi Montgomery joined Washingtonian in 2018. She previously was the editorial assistant at Walter Magazine in Raleigh, North Carolina, and freelanced for PoPVille and DCist. She lives in Adams Morgan.