Another shining example of how function and design can coexist within accessible spaces. The shower is especially unique, with panelled walls that seamlessly blend with the discreet grab bars. A floating vanity allows for wheelchair access, and the contact-activated taps avoid having to turn on and off the sink. The second bathroom is an example of how a step in tub can be made into a chic design statement simply by adding a glass door as a replacement for a porcelain model. Having seating in the bathroom is also helpful for those who do not necessarily have mobility aides, but find standing for long periods of time difficult. Click here to view the full gallery.
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