Not seeing so much that makes this accessible - quite a reach to the faucets....faucets should be to the side of the sink, ideally, towards the front. Mirror placement not for someone who uses a wheelchair »
Visual silence is never as welcome as at either end of our day. The gray of the large and small coordinating tiling, the natural light, the lean lines, and the one punch of color in the towels and mat all create a spa-like zen to this bathroom.
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.Tell us: What have you done to enhance your home's accessibility?More: Explore more designs for accessibility