Notice: I now charge 25 cents (inflation).
In my ongoing quest to have an über cool laundry room (which also has a bathroom), I found this little gem at an antique store in Jamesport, Missouri. Jamesport is an Amish town that I used to adore visiting, but it’s become one of those too-touristy, kinda running down towns. However, there are still a couple of neat antique stores there, and I do so love visiting them when I’m in the area.
I’ve been looking for an antique bathroom sign, preferably metal from an old gas/filling station, and while this one, being stock paper with an old frame, didn’t quite fit my vision, I found it very charming and for $15.00 my large man-hands grabbed it and ran to the register! It appears to have been made in what I would take to be 1909.
It’s got interesting information on the back of the frame which, now that I think about it, makes sense. It’s not like 100 years ago one could run to Michael’s and pick up a frame!
I might have to increase my toilet fees to pay for more antique and thrift finds!