Keeping Your Locker Room Clean and Functional with Towel Stations
Making your locker room functional and appealing for your guests involves more than installing attractive and useful lockers. While the right locker can be the biggest draw in a locker room, there are also furniture pieces that can help provide a more pleasant experience for your guests. Seating, of course, is important, but have you given much thought to towel stations?
Locker rooms are no longer simply utilitarian afterthoughts but carefully designed havens for club guests. In such a haven, it won’t do to have towels tossed on benches and in lockers, creating a mess and an unpleasant odor. Providing your guests with towel stations gives them an attractive storage and drop space for their towels and keeps your locker room clean.
Considering towel stations, grooming stations and other amenities when you’re designing your locker room allows you to choose components that are perfectly matched. At Legacy Lockers, vanity and towel stations are built in a variety of styles and finishes to match the lockers in both appearance and quality, giving your facility a flawless look. In addition, several construction options in custom designs are available to suit your space and needs. You can choose from station options that include end cap, in-line, moveable and free-standing.
Legacy Lockers is America’s foremost creator of custom lockers and related furnishings for golf and country clubs, resorts and spas, fitness centers, health clubs and team athletic facilities. With more than 65 years of manufacturing experience in the woodworking industry, the talented team at Legacy Lockers strives to design, build and deliver exceptional products that provide many years of dependable use. Delivering the highest quality product, Legacy offers unsurpassed customer service and works with you to help you realize your vision for your locker room on time while staying within your budget. For more information, visit the website at LegacyLockers.com, or call today: 866-937-1088 or 214-466-1700. You can also connect with the online community on Facebook and Twitter.