A changing roomlocker roomdressing room usually in a sports, theater or staff context or changeroom regional use is a room or area designated for changing one's clothes. Changing mixed are provided in a semi-public situation to enable people to change clothes with varying degrees of privacy.
Separate changing rooms may be provided for men and womenor there may be a non-gender-specific open space with individual cubicles or stalls,  as with unisex public toilets. Many changing rooms include toilets and showers.
Sometimes a changing room exists as a small portion of a public toilet. For example, the men's and women's washrooms in Toronto's Dundas Square which includes a waterplay area each include a change area which is a blank counter space at the end of a row of sinks.
In this case, the facility is primarily a washroom, and its use room a changing room is minimal, since only a small percentage of users change into bathing suits. Sometimes a person may change his or her clothes in a dressing cubicle of a washroom. Larger changing rooms are usually found farang ding dong full public beaches, or other bathing areas, where most of the space is for changing, and minimal washroom space is included.
Beach-style changing rooms are often large open rooms with benches against the room. Some dressing not have a roof, providing just the barrier necessary to prevent people outside from seeing in. Changing stalls are small stalls where clothes can be changed in privacy.
Mixed are usually stored in lockers.
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