Houzz is the new way to design your home.
universal access oven and sink
shower space marked by white curtain - no curbs to move over
accessible shower in wet room with wall hung toilet
oversize shower entry
open built-in shelves are easier to use
wheelchair friendly playroom with wide doors and open plan
stack plates so things don't need to be lifted off to get to a plate underneath
Make sure you select heavy-duty rollers or glides to accommodate the extra weight of the dishes.
This bank of drawers is dedicated to both flatware and dishware, using a traditional plate rack. It would be great located near the sink or dishwasher.
A covered or sheltered entryway offers homeowners and visitors alike shelter from the weather. This benefits those with mobility aids who need to put things aside to manipulate keys and doors. For even quicker access, keyless push-button entry systems eliminate the need to fuss with keys, and a door with a lever handle is easier to manipulate than a thumb latch or round knob. Keep this area well lit for safety reasons, too.
A bench or table on the inside of the entry is a bonus too for those juggling keys, walkers and packages.
This vanity allows for a front approach as well as a side approach to access the wall-mounted faucets. It has ample room underneath for wheelchair users, too.
Dechard splurged on the handmade mosaic tile from Ann Sacks. Using it as a banding accent and using a less expensive tile for the rest of the shower created a big design impact while saving money.
drive-thru dog-trot house
Touch faucets or fittings have sensors located along the spout and handle of the faucet. With a quick tap from a finger, forearm or hand, the flow of water is activated
swing for disabled child
flat base showers
nice decked ramp
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