This was the first time I have been asked to create some custom bathroom stalls. And it was a challenge! Main Slice Pizza is located in a cool old building in downtown Lee's Summit, Mo. The design style throughout the restaurant is a neat mix of industrial, brick, neon and wood. So, I set out to make some handmade metal restroom stalls in the women's bathroom, something that would compliment the rest of the interior.
The stalls are made from 1.5 inch steel tube with sheets of steels to fill out the dividers.
We added old wooden doors which were painted black. The doors swing on simple post hinges.
I wanted to leave the weld marks, grinder marks and heat rainbows on the steel.
The stalls are attached to the vintage tile floor.
The stalls are all ADA-compliant. Wide enough for wheelchairs.
The steel panels, posts and beams are left in their natural state. I coated everything with lacquer.