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Cloakroom Furniture is commonly used within working establishments to enable staff to store their belongings whilst they are working. Cloakrooms often consist of a place to sit so staff can have lunch, coat hangers to hang garments when not in use or that are wet, and lockers for them to store their personal valuables. They are lockable. Some establishments allocate more

Cloakroom Furniture is commonly used within working establishments to enable staff to store their belongings whilst they are working. Cloakrooms often consist of a place to sit so staff can have lunch, coat hangers to hang garments when not in use or that are wet, and lockers for them to store their personal valuables. They are lockable. Some establishments allocate specific lockers to members of staff and some provide limited lockers for use by those workers that are currently on shift. They can be opened via a key or a combination lock.

Cloakroom, also known as a coatroom, is a room for people to hang their coats or other outerwear when they enter a building. Cloakrooms, in the UK, may also refer to a lavatory. In the hotel environment, it is an area in which members of staff can leave their personal belongings whilst they are at work. Cloakrooms often contain furniture such as lockers, pigeon holes and pegs upon which bags, coats and other outerwear can be hung.

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