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Hall of Fame • 2007
Nominee - Vermont Marble Museum - Proctor, Vermont

The Vermont Marble Museum is the largest marble exhibit in the entire world. Here, visitors learn about the geological history of the planet and tour the museum's historical exhibits, which include early photographs, samples of many products and information about the evolution of the marble industry.
 
The truly unique thing about these restrooms is they're made entirely from marble. The two types that were used were White Vermont Marble, the same that is in many famous buildings like the Jefferson Memorial, Supreme Court Building and U.S. Capitol, and Vermont Verde Antique Marble, which is very rare, unique and highly prized.
 
             
             
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Top Restroom Features:
- Marble countertops, doors, floor and stalls
- Cool, stylish decor in shades of white and black
- Bright flowers and lace curtains to soften the smooth lines

2007 Top Nominees

               
       
 
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Vermont Marble
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