- Dual-Sided Convenience: This premium leather door sign is thoughtfully designed with double-sided printing. One side clearly marks "Occupied - Please Do Not Disturb," while the reverse side indicates "Vacant - Please Come In."
- Premium PU Leather: Crafted from top-grade pu leather material, our sign not only exudes elegance but also guarantees durability, ensuring long-lasting use.
- Optimal Dimensions: Measuring 9.4"x3.1", this sign is the perfect size for effortless placement on doors in various settings, including fitting rooms, retail stores, and conference rooms.
- Respect Privacy: Ensure privacy and tranquility by using this sign to effectively communicate whether a space is occupied or vacant, creating a discreet and personal area when needed.
- Versatile Application: Whether you run a clothing store, office space, or conference facility, this Premium Leather Vacant/Occupied Door Sign is a valuable addition for managing space occupancy and maintaining a peaceful environment.
Effortlessly manage the privacy of spaces with our Premium pu leather Vacant/Occupied Door Sign. Crafted from premium pu leather material, this 9.4"x3.1" sign combines elegance with durability.
Featuring double-sided printing, one side reads "Occupied - Please Do Not Disturb, " while the other side indicates "Vacant - Please Come In." This dual-sided design ensures that the sign is versatile and suitable for various scenarios, including fitting rooms, stores, meeting rooms, and more.
Respect the privacy of individuals and create a clear indicator of a space's occupancy status. Whether you're in a busy store, a conference room, or a fitting room, this sign helps maintain a peaceful and private environment when needed.
This Premium pu leather Vacant/Occupied Door Sign is a practical addition for businesses, venues, and any space where managing privacy and accessibility is crucial.
Attention CA Residents: Prop 65 Warning
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