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Odile in River North, yes is known for their high-end european childrenswear and cutsie organics... but what happens when shopping tots just can't hold it in any longer? They use the 150 square-foot potty room. According to the shopkeep, when constructing the interior of Odile, they had such a large space to work with that they decided to go all-out on show-stopping octagonal marble subway tile on the floor and half way up the walls. Above that is a silver and purple bird cage themed wallpaper going up to the ceiling. The only piece of furniture in the enormous restroom is an antique Asian-inspired armoire where they keep paper towels and organic and non-toxic Meyer's cleaning products.
· Odile [Official Site]
· Bathroom Power Hour [Racked]