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Marlene Wangenheim AKBD, CAPS, Allied Member ASID
2 Reviews
Old world elegance meets today's today's contemporary space requirements
btw this tile came in six different sizes and many of the other sizes were used in adjacent areas to this kitchen like a foyer hallway and guest bathroom which shares the wall with the integrated refrigerator and beverage center on the left side of the photo. MW
limestone. It retailed for about 6-8 dollars per square foot and came in multiple sizes. I used this throughout this house in the hallway, foyer and bathroom in different sizes. I purchased the tile through my distributor, Apex tile in Parsippany NJ. I use this tile store for all of my design projects because
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 kitchen, plan for 60 inches of clearance minimum between opposing counters. This allows a wheelchair to have a comfortable turning radius.
“color of cabinets, tile is nice backsplash” — maryer
Bill Bolin Photography
Bill Bolin Photography - Christy Blumenfeld Architecture
Table height on island. Accessible for a wheelchair
Wheelchair accessible island
“two-level island” — jamiehg1970
Sawhill Kitchens
7 Reviews
Universal Ease, Bemidji, MN
Yes this kitchen was designed for gentleman in a wheelchair. The main objective in designing this cozy universal kitchen was to maximize function and storage between 15” and 48” AFF, while not drawing any attention to it. The wheelchair-bound client built this custom home to live in for life, so he
“Dishes” — Jessi Jaimes
Loudoun Architecture & Design/Build Firm
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Marie Newton, Closets Redefined
1 Review
Custom pantry
i have a small L-shaped kitchen, next to a small 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 very limited, so
Supple Homes, Inc
Nice island for wheelchair access
“Cabinets and counters” — aprillittle
Zuern Kitchen Design Showroom
3 Reviews
Timeless White Kitchen
Wheelchair accessible microwave
“Gas stove” — roxiean111
JacksonBuilt Custom Homes
4 Reviews
JacksonBuilt Custom Homes
stool and enjoy a healthy after-school snack. Counter-height seating won't work well for smaller kids who can't — or shouldn't — climb up, or for wheelchair users. I highly recommend having island seating or a kid zone where it won't interfere with someone working at the range, wall ovens or main kitchen
“Island” — joydoughty
The Sky is the Limit Design
5 Reviews
Oliver Street
please tell me how much space there is between the island and the wall of cabinets. This looks to be the perfect distance for me when I'm having a wheelchair day.
“Cozy” — merenglish
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