A restaurant patron’s worst nightmare includes broken partition doors, empty toilet paper dispensers, and stuck paper towel dispensers. As the owner of a successful restaurant, you want your bathroom experience to be just as pleasant and inviting as your dining room. That’s why it may be time for a bathroom renovation. Take your customer experience up a notch with these four bathroom redesign tips from the team at Incredible Kitchens and Baths.
1. Keep the Design Flow
If your dining area is decorated in warm, inviting colors, guests may find it unsettling to enter a bathroom that is all white. To make your diners feel more comfortable throughout their visit, make sure the bathroom blends in with the rest of the decor.
2. Incorporate Automation
Have you ever considered how many germs might be lurking on the soap dispenser? Spoiler: it’s a lot. Install hands-free faucets, soap dispensers, and hand drying stations to reduce the number of surfaces that customers need to touch. Additionally, be sure to extend your efforts all the way to the restroom door. Put a trash can right next to it so that people can throw their paper towels in it as they leave.
3. Prioritize Privacy
Making your visitors feel at ease in your restroom depends on their feeling of privacy. Verify that all of the locks completely latch. Install sufficient urinal walls and choose cubicle doors that reduce sightlines. For a truly unique atmosphere, some restaurants even employ wooden doors for each stall.
4. Maximize the Space
When planning your restaurant layout, of course you want to fit as many seats as you can. This can, however, reduce the amount of bathroom space that is available. Work with a builder who is knowledgeable about local occupancy laws and compliance issues pertaining to the required number of restroom stalls per regular occupant.
Serving Kokomo and Peru, Incredible Kitchens and Baths provides commercial remodeling as well as residential kitchen remodeling and bathroom remodeling services. Contact us today at (765) 437-1038 to request a consultation.