72 wheelchair accessible small shower Kitchen Design Photos

Magni Inc
Jackson Wyoming
wheelchair accessible - tall toe kick allows for wheelchair - or feet to swing under
space for wheelchair access and would be easy to sweep under or get a roomba to clean
Raised cabinets allow room for wheelchair feet.
Raised toe kicks allow greater foot and toe clearance for anyone in a wheelchair, and let them get closer to the countertop or workstation. The toe kicks
“An example of a kitchen with metal legs shows cabinetry with varied base heights. The higher base o” — Attleboro Kitchen and Bath
ROM architecture studio
6 Reviews
Magnolia Mid-Mod
Architect: Carol Sundstrom, AIA Accessibility Consultant: Karen Braitmayer, FAIA Interior Designer: Lucy Johnson Interiors Contractor: Phoenix Construction
NOTE: different heights of granite counter & tabletop. "Not all wheelchair users have same needs-
below sinks and stoves, and wider pathways are great for those in a wheelchair. A small change that makes a big impact is replacing knobs that can be hard
functional As well the slider style cabinets make it easy to open without wheelchair being in the way
granite counter and tabletop. "Not all wheelchair users have the same needs. Karen and her daughter, also a wheelchair user, have different arm-reach lengths
“Cabinetry” — cboyles70
6 Reviews
Kitchen remodel, Washington DC
9-inch toe kick for those in wheelchairs.
dishwasher also complies with the recommended 9-inch toe kick for those in wheelchairs.
dishwasher also complies with the recommended 9-inch toe kick for those in wheelchairs.
dishwasher off the floor at least 12 inches to give those in chairs easier access and for less bending overall, especially for taller individuals. Raising
“Raised dishwasher is a must have” — Brianna Weinmann
Hann Builders
Hacienda Kitchen
Hey nice form that follows a wheelchair function
wheelchair accessible kitchen with character.
in this otherwise neutral kitchen. Sometimes, a rich color works best in small doses.
Wheelchair access...Interesting sink access...beautiful and accessible...small kitchen
“love the beam” — fredride
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
VP Interiors 2010
i have a small kitchen can this be done on a small scale?
my question is can a kitchen be made over for 25,000 that has wheel chair access?
unless downsizing significantly, e.g. an apartment or condo with good wheelchair access (which you could always renovate when the time comes). In my experience
on is the location of where you are now. Is the neighbourhood accessible? Accessible parks nearby? Friends/neighbours. Friendships and family nearby
Insurance coverage will be extremely important to maintain throughout. Power wheelchairs are incredibly expensive (as much as $25 000 in some cases!) but are so
think islands are the toughest bet with small spaces, but you can certainly maintain the same feel on a small scale.
“Island” — chipit
Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
1 Review
Custom pantry
bathroom. I need to open both up and create wheelchair accessible spaces. Everything needs to be accessed from a sitting height and roll under. Also, funds are
- it is accessible by a single door. the space is about 10 ft long 3 ft wide at the bottom
i have a small L-shaped kitchen, next to a small bathroom
still look great and be functional if it was only 36 inches deep? I have a small, u-shaped, 12 x 12 kitchen and hate to encroach into the room any more than
using this space for food prep. it would be nice to have power to use the small appliances, and to have a sink for clean up.
Keep heavy items like bottled water, cans and small appliances on the bottom of the pantry for easy access.
Open shelves for good visual access plus ability to hide all of it
“This is my kitchen pantry.” — Kelly Wood
Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
2 Reviews
Old world elegance meets today's today's contemporary space requirements
Love the size of kitchen...not too big or too small!
allows for more than one cook in the kitchen and also lets anyone in a wheelchair or walker easily function without banging into cabinets. In a U-shape
inches of clearance minimum between opposing counters. This allows a wheelchair to have a comfortable turning radius.
types into account can make a dramatic difference in who will be able to access and use your kitchen. Read the guide: Optimal Space Planning for Universal
types into account can make a dramatic difference in who will be able to access and use your kitchen. Read this: Optimal Space Planning for Universal Design
“like the floor tiles and backsplash” — 020953judy
Gut Gut
Bratislava Apartment
Would like to purchase similar for my 33" wide small kitchen window. Please reply to lavonneh@hotmail.com. Thank you! Love it
Great colour and very functional, even if small.
color, homey feel, everything easily accessible
would better accomodate a person with a walker or in a wheelchair.More: Other suggestions for accessible cabinet fittings
“Blue kitchen” — Majdi Toplak
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