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J&J Build and Remodel
3 Reviews
Handicap-Accessible Bathroom Waldorf
Ideabooks141
Questions1
what is standard height for wheelchair accessible
sorry for the long delay replying! Standard top height is max 34" for wheelchairs. Knee clearance is minimum 27" tall.
Great wheelchair accessible vanity! But I'd love double sinks!
wheelchair accessible vanity without the look of a handicapped vanity
probably the least expensive method to make bath wheelchair accessible
top hight is max 34 inches for wheelchairs knee clearance is minimum 27 tall
“Great wheelchair accessible vanity! But I'd love double sinks!” — Denice Whitaker
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27 Reviews
Handicapped Accessible & Universal Design Showers
Ideabooks421
Questions0
shower base to make it all one level so it was fully accessible for a wheelchair.
lip or tub border. Wheelchair can go straight into shower.
smallish bathroom, still wheelchair accessible
Wheelchair accessible...bathing wheelchair...Wheelchair shower 5x7
“shower curtain follows curve of floor of shower -- out in front of toilet” — Trisa Merican
FabCab
6 Reviews
The kitchen sink is shallow enough to accommodate someone using a chair.
Ideabooks177
Questions0
double-bowl stainless sink is 6 inches deep and user friendly for someone in a wheelchair or with back issues. “It’s not so shallow that water will splash out,”
sink, but not so shallow that water splashes, is helpful to someone in a wheelchair or for a person with a bad back.
double-bowl stainless sink is 6 inches deep and user friendly for someone in a wheelchair or with back issues. “It’s not so shallow that water will
double-bowl stainless sink is 6 inches deep and user friendly for someone in a wheelchair or with back issues. “It’s not so shallow that water will splash out,”
“The kitchen’s shallow double-bowl stainless sink is 6 inches deep and user friendly for someone in” — maryahodge
Laura Burton Interiors
11 Reviews
Handicapped Guest Bath
Ideabooks10,948
Questions11
disabilities. is the shower within reach of a person in a wheelchair? and how do you maneuver the wheelchair to use the toilet? or is it just the shower that is
needs to work for everyone who will use the space (whether they are in a wheelchair or not). I'll provide a link below which answers some of the frequently
Glad someone brought up designing for those in wheelchairs. Making living spaces ADA compatible can be an interesting challenge.
shower door frame means lease of a tripping hazard and no barrier for wheelchairs.
“Toliet” — aseghorn
Studio 512
Ridgeway Residence
Ideabooks462
Questions2
the floor made? (Polished cement?) 2) Is the shower wide enough for the wheelchair to fit into the stall? (From the camera angle it is hard to tell.)
Design a Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom Tips for designing a bathroom to make it more accessible
preferences, and tastes. While universal design better accommodates users in wheelchairs, it can make a bath more comfortable for all users without sacrificing
style. The first priority in bathrooms designed for people who use wheelchairs is plenty of room for access and maneuvering. Barrier-free bathrooms are
allow room for a caregiver, if needed. Make doorways 3 feet wide so a wheelchair can pass through. The bathroom door must swing outward rather than inward
“Bath for retirement” — jhwetzel
Klopf Architecture
5 Reviews
32. Small 1950s Eichler Expansion
Ideabooks2,017
Questions5
My husband is in wheelchair (paralyzed sternum down). We are looking for stylish ideas for our home
I'm building a bathroom for my wheelchair bound brother and am interested in this sink. Can you tell me the manufacturer
This house was designed to work with a wheelchair if necessary.
Wheelchair-accessible sink, cutout with electrical outlet (plug-in toothbrushes,
“Tile” — roetzheime
Vanillawood
1 Review
NW HOMES
Ideabooks280
Questions3
Don't see where there is room for the wheelchair under the sink. The front part of the
wheelchair accessible?...bathroom counter wheelchair/kneespace...Idea for wheelchair accessible
“tiles behind sink” — nicjane14
Stanton Homes
7 Reviews
Luxury master bath
Ideabooks1,000
Questions1
From this angle, you can see the wheelchair accessible roll-under vanity. An upper storage cabinet was added for additional storage. Luxury one story
One story fully wheelchair accessible home built by Stanton Homes near Raleigh North Carolina.
Wheelchair accessible shower
“Accessible shower. Just wish the designers would get the bench design right. . .” — carmenrita
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