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Versatile Design Solutions

Transform your bathroom into a safe haven with stylish, accessible design solutions that support a lifetime of changing needs.

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    Right Height® Sinks

    Have difficulty bending to reach into the sink? A Right Height® pedestal sink could be the solution. The 36” height allows for easier and more comfortable use with less bending or stooping.

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    Bath Faucets

    Have issue with arthritis or other disability that reduces your ability to grip? Consider lever faucets that allow you to control the temperature and water flow with your hand or wrist

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    Right Height® Toilets

    Do you have trouble with sitting and rising while using a toilet? Consider a Right Height ® toilet that allows you to maintain a comfortable seating position at chair height

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    Showers

    Are you part of the wave of families that have become multigenerational households? See how you can accommodate your family with a shower featuring a low threshold, grab bar, and built in seat that provides a safe, comfortable bathing experience for kids to grandparents.

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    Vanities

    Looking for accessible storage solutions that add stlye to the bathroom? A vanity in one of today's most popular styles could be the answer. Choose a wall hung vanity or one with a height of 34" or more for ease of use.

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    Walk-In Baths

    Does reduced mobility make it hard to get in and out of a bathtub? Consider a walk-in bath featuring an easy to open door and spa like features to enjoy a warm, fully immersive bath safely and comfortably.

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    Design Solutions

    Did you know that bathrooms are the most common place in a home where falls occur? Create a safe bathroom experience that fits your needs.

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    Contrast

    Did you know increased color contrasts can aid those with limited eyesight? Increase contrast in all areas of the room, especially around the vanity counter top area, showers and toilets. Avoid too many nuetrals especially near the sink which can camouflage smaller items like toothbrushes.

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    Lighting

    Suffer from limited eyesight? Increase a bathroom’s lighting to aid with diminished depth perception and general deterioration of eyesight that comes with aging. Add brighter and more lighting, as well as redundant lighting so that if one bulb burns out there is still light.

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    Mobility

    Use a walker or wheelchair to aid in mobility? To make accessing the bathroom easier, make sure the door is a minimum width of 32", although 36" is preferred, and there is a minimum clear floor area that is 5’ square to allow wheelchair users to make a 360° turn.

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    Reduce Hazards

    Do you have difficulty with mobility? Increase safety while moving in the bathroom by reducing slipping and tripping hazards. Add traction to the floor by replacing smooth, slick flooring with a textured tile or adding a floor traction treatment and remove bathmats and rugs.

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    Reduce Glare

    Did you know glare can interfere with limited vision? Instead of smooth shiny surfaces, choose honed surfaces with less glare for countertops, floors, and tile. A honed tile floor also can help increase traction to reduce the chance of slips and falls.

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Independent Living

A comfortable, user-friendly bathroom is a major factor in remaining independent in your home for years to come. Learn more about Start how to create an attractive and functional bath and not have to sacrifice style for safety.

Multi-generational Living

It's not unusual to find households celebrating birthdays from 2 to 92 all under one roof. Learn how to make bathrooms safe and accessible for sharing with the whole family, from toddlers to Golden Girls.

Accessible Living

Whether you're sidelined with a short-term injury or facing a long-term mobility challenge, we offer attractive solutions that quietly lend a hand. Browse our comfortable, stylish bathroom adaptations.