August 22, 2008, Newsletter Issue #129: Accessorize Public Restrooms With Hooks And Shelves

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When designing and outfitting a public restroom, a simple hook on the inside of the door is a much-appreciated restroom accessory. And itís not just a place to hang a purse. Placing hooks on the inside of a stall door in any public restroom gives customers a place to hand a coat, too. If space permits, consider a small pull-down shelf, especially in an office building setting, so customers have a place to set a stack of papers or a notebook without having to place them on the floor inside the stall; people often want a place to put things but they also want to avoid touching the germy floor of even the cleanest public restroom.

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