Pullout pantries, rounded edges, and non-slip mats are just some of the ways to make your kitchen more easily accessible as you age. If you’re thinking of remodelling your kitchen, have varying surface heights and things like microwaves at counter height so that you could feasibly use the kitchen from a wheelchair. If you’re going for a full remodel, making sure the kitchen is wide enough is a factor as well. Read the full list here.
- DWELL: A 1952 Midcentury Becomes a Wondrous, Wheelchair-Accessible Home
- Use It or Lose It: Maintaining Your Mobility As You Age
- SPINALCORD: 5 Amazing Wheelchair Accessible Tiny Homes
- BISNOW: Did Developers Badly Miscalculate How, Where Seniors Want To Live?
- DS: Before & After: A Modern, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom