At my current place of employment, you walk into this spacious men's room (there's still a disparity between the sexes, but they give us more stalls) and the first thing you come in contact with is a bunch of windows, complete with nice blinds (open) and stuff. I guess it's more pleasant taking a whiz with a nice sceenic view of Portage Avenue.
As a consequence, I find the bathroom, at least in winter, to be the coldest room in the building. This is okay, because it's generally quite comfortable within my office's (corner's) portals.
The thing I don't like about the bathroom at the Department is that it seems half wheelchair-accessible, viz., the sinks are almost on the floor. So you have to bend down to wash your hands. Compare this to the soap, and the roller hand-towel thing, which are both way the heck up there. I picture a short person finding the sink perfect, but having to do the standing high jump to use the soap or the towel.
Another thing I don't get is the flusher mechanism. You pull this handle, and you hear a whoosh that lasts for about three seconds and it's over. Is that enough to get rid of the ... okay, to purge the bowl of its contents? Any plumbers reading this who can explain? I don't want to root around inside there to be sure everything got gotten rid of.
And why do we need scented toilet paper anyway?