Designing for ADA Compliance

Ensuring that furniture is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is crucial in providing people with disabilities equal, comfortable, and convenient access to services. It's essential to have wheelchair-accessible tables and desks, as well as chairs that can be moved easily to accommodate wheelchairs in hotels, restaurants, senior living facilities, doctor's offices, higher education facilities, and other establishments.

While ADA compliance is a legal requirement, it also makes good business sense. By going the extra mile to make your establishment accessible to people with disabilities, you can expand your customer base and increase your revenue. Taking these extra steps conveys a message that you value every individual and that your business is inclusive, welcoming, and respects diversity.

Designing for ADA Compliance

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SW booths featured at the Merchantile, HGTV Ree Drummond's new restaurant in Oklahoma

Shelby Williams is not short on celebrity and notable installations. With furniture featured in the Taj Mahal, Bellagio, Dollywood and Disney World, its no surprise that Food Network TV star Ree Drummond chose to partner with Shelby for The Mercantile, her new restaurant, bakery, general store in downtown Pawhuska, OK.

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