Accessible Bathrooms with Universal Design Elements
Make shower roll-in, keep bench next to tub, put toilet behind door, less masculine decor - perfect. Moveable bench means getting in and out of tub, dressing, etc, easier.
Hanging medicine supplies especially first aid.
One of the most beautiful accessible showers I have seen. I love the center drain.
Sliding door into larger frame for wheel in-out.
Beautiful walk-in/roll in shower. Tub great if there is a bench next to it.
Roll under or put chair under open vanity area...but doesn't shout "accessible" at all.
T bar and built in bench say great design not "disabled" could be mimicked with modern or cottage styles.
Wetroom with bench
Removable glass doors, penny tile black floor, red walls?
Color palette,hardware finish
3 level shelf. I wonder what model shower system?
Beautiful tile combination.
Tiles on wall
Fabulous roll or sit under sink that fits into a small space and is "hidden accessibility."
Flat trench drain going the width of the room enables a large shower area. The seat at the end is out of the way but accessible. Grab bars are artfully concealed as towel bars. Minnesota design-build firm.
Spa like wet room shower (poorly called by some a roll in shower) Great teak seat. The skylight lets in natural light. The pebble floor allows for a lot of grout which reduces slippage.
Simple shower curtain gives accessibility to any kind of user alone or with help.
Medical emergency alarm built into bathroom.
Great seating feature with lots of built-ins.
Tiled exterior enables this built-in medicine cabinet to work in a fully accessible wet room.
Just lower the mirror so anyone can see.
Put in low mirror by sit under vanity. Great addition of bed-PT table or coffee area by window.
Large beautiful wet room. Low handles to manage water. Removable handheld shower.
Zero egress with large doors to master bath.
Sit or roll under sink. Low mirror. Cabinet with varying heights storage.