1,964 wheelchair Home Design Photos

Magni Inc
Jackson Wyoming
Ideabooks1,288
Questions4
Raised toe kicks of 9 inches or eliminate and put on furniture legs to help wheelchairs
kitchen on legs so wheelchair sides clear.
wheelchair accessible - tall toe kick allows for wheelchair - or feet to swing under
I like the look, but even better toe kick 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 should be a minimum of 9 inches high. The kitchen shown here just about eliminates them altogether, opting for contemporary furniture legs for support
“Floor? In a different color” — Gina Cannady
DJ's Home Improvements
17 Reviews
Kitchen Projects by DJ's Home Improvements
Ideabooks603
Questions2
Plenty of space around the sink to use a wheelchair
Handicapped wheelchair cooktop - should be
If someone is in a wheelchair, plan workstations that have clear space
wheelchair access under sink, cooktop; faucet to side
WorkstationsIf someone is in a wheelchair, plan workstations that have clear space below them to allow for easy reach to fixtures. Knee space should be a minimum of 30 inches wide. Ensure that any exposed plumbing is insulated, covered or behind door panels to prevent any burns from hot pipes. You
“Sink turned to the side for acess to faucet” — Gina Cannady
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Summer Lake House
Ideabooks1,586
Questions2
use for someone in a wheelchair.” “like the curbless shower. low counter for wheelchair height--maybe second counter high so herby doesn't have to bend down so far” “A bathroom on the lower level has a curbless shower and a low vanity — both are easy to use for someone in a wheelchair.”
level has a curbless shower and a low vanity — both are easy to use for someone in a wheelchair.
LAKESIDE HOES (Downstair Bathroom wheelchair, etc accessible” “curbless shower, will have this in MB A bathroom on the lower level
like the curbless shower. low counter for wheelchair height--maybe second counter high so herby doesn't have to bend down so far
A bathroom on the lower level has a curbless shower and a low vanity — both are easy to use for someone in a wheelchair.
“Tongue n groove around vanity” — Cheryl Rowton
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
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Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Party Shack
Ideabooks841
Questions3
great ramp idea for an upstairs instead of stairs . Wheelchair idea!
A novel way to get upstairs for people learning to walk to those who have wheelchairs, and walkers. Superb!
Universal Design--2013 Interior ramp; turning space for Electric wheelchairs. A covered or sheltered entryway offers homeowners
turning zone for wheelchairs minimum 5 feet wide, up to 7 feet for motorized wheel chairs
wider hallways and 32 inch openings are the magic number for wheelchair access did we observe this at tali house???????
Wider hallways and turn zones allow individuals with wheelchairs to easily turn and navigate. Aim for a minimum of 5 feet wide on average; however, some in motorized chairs
Wider hallways and turn zones allow individuals with wheelchairs to easily turn and navigate. Aim for a minimum of 5 feet wide on average; however, some in motorized chairs will need a more generous 7 feet radius to turn their chairs.
“Small garage door hidden from the view of the entrance, use as a party room.” — catalinagirl1
Glickman Design Build
Universal/Accessible exteriors & entrances by Glickman Design Build
Ideabooks1,449
Questions2
Universal/Accessible exterior entrances, ramps, lifts, walkways & designs by Glickman Design Build Handicap Wheelchair Accessible designs for special needs
Stamped concrete for front entry. Wheelchair accessible
suitable paths ect with good suffaces for wheelchair and walker
wheelchair access through yard (set down into yard)
Stamped concrete is good for wheelchairs and walkers.
Concrete or stamped concrete also offers good contact for wheelchairs and walkers. It can be less expensive than traditional flagstone and can be colored to complement your exterior colors. Stamped concrete also comes in a variety of shapes and patterns to mimic flagstone, slate, bluestone or pavers
“Walkway for wheels” — Gina Cannady
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Accesible Dwelling in Ravenna
Ideabooks739
Questions3
Just a small amount of counter space for a wheelchair would be wonderful. I never realized how high kitchen counters are until I was confined to a wheelchair.
“wheelchair access to the kitchen sink and pull out counter space at a lower height” “The kitchen features practical pullout
The breakfast nook table is conveniently cantilevered to eliminate the cumbersome banging of knees and wheelchair on the table legs.
wheelchair access to sink and pullout worksurfaces; lowered window for w/c view
No cabinets under sink for wheelchair accessibility
wheelchair access to the kitchen sink and pull out counter space at a lower height
reside in a pullout cabinet next to the sink. The breakfast nook table is conveniently cantilevered to eliminate the cumbersome banging of knees and wheelchair on the table legs.
“The way they cover kitchen sink and cutting board” — slevitt4
Masterson Studio
3 Reviews
Liberty Lake Residence
Ideabooks1,849
Questions5
cupboard space but can still access sink with wheelchair
Great sink protruding out to accommodate a wheelchair user
would this sink work with a wheelchair? Then you could have cabs under the sink.
wheelchair accessible sinks and storage
Wheelchair sink nice design
Sinks for wheelchair accessibility
“classy! Yes.” — deco4rsj
gytis
Garden design
Ideabooks1,533
Questions0
know when you or someone you know will want wheelchair access to your home.
16. Add a ramp. Because you never know when you or someone you know will want wheelchair access to your home.
you never know when you or someone you know will want wheelchair access to your home.
16. Add a ramp. Because you never know when you or someone you know will want wheelchair access to your home. Full story: See how to add an indoor or outdoor ramp
“Love the planter box inside ramp” — Gina Cannady
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