In order to direct Downtown Georgetown visitors to available public restrooms, the Arts and Culture Program collaborated with local muralist Sarah Blankenship to bring color and visibility to the restrooms while still respecting the building. The shape of the mural follows the lines of the architecture, and the flowers break the plane at the top. The design takes into account the colors and some shapes of the stained glass inside Grace Heritage Church. Flowers include: red poppies, bluebonnets, Castilleja coccinea, and a sunflower. Above the door, simple lettering is added to the side and front of the canopy fascia saying Restroom and Public Restroom.