Chairs Arranged In An Effective Manner
All waiting rooms need chairs. Instead of having a lot of chairs, consider adding extra space for storage so clients do not need to use chairs to hold their bags and coats. You can offer secure storage space for valuables. Fewer chairs gives your waiting room more open space and makes visitors feel less cramped. Additionally, be sure to get comfortable, relaxing chairs that have a nice look.
Things To Do
The best options will depend on the types of clients you see. For example, if you primarily see children or families, having a small play area with toys can both occupy children as well as reduce their anxiety while they wait. Magazines and newspapers are another time-honored feature in waiting rooms and still have their place. Provide a variety, particularly ones that are likely to be of interest to your clients or contain useful information. Go with the tried and true, but also be creative.
It’s almost expected in this day and age to have Wi-Fi in a waiting area. Consider keeping the network password-free in order to make it more accessible. If you do use a passcode, make it easily known by posting it on the wall. Some people feel uncomfortable asking for it and others won’t bother to go through the effort, ultimately defeating the purpose of having it in the first place.
Phone Charging Stations
Another great way to elevate your waiting room to the next level is by installing charging stations for mobile devices. Most people like to pass the time on their phones now and providing an easy way to recharge devices can be a very appreciated feature. If you go this route, be certain to have cords that are compatible with the most popular types of devices.
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