This Windsor, Wisconsin Bathroom Was Designed for Accessibility and Style

This attractive home was designed for a disabled American Veteran and his family using Universal Design standards. Universal Design is also known as inclusive design or life span design and its goal is design that is fair and equal to everyone including the disabled and the elderly. This "level playing field" approach enables all people to be self-reliant and socially engaged.  An example of this is the no-step entrance and driveway grade of this home. These two elements not only make the home wheelchair accessible but also eliminate any future need for aging in place modifications.

Madison Area Builders Association 2015 Parade Home

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Custom His-and-Hers Vanities

The accessible master bath has plenty of space for turning radius, transfer space from chair to toilet, and a roll in shower with high end sliding glass shower doors, as well as enough room to transfer from wheelchair to seat. The vanities are customized for his-and-hers, one that suits his wheelchair, and one that suits her standing.

Makeup Vanity

A makeup vanity between the standard sink and accessible sink adds convenience while completing the look of elegance throughout this accessible luxury bathroom.

 

Roll In Shower

Roll in shower with high end sliding glass shower doors, as well as enough room to transfer from wheelchair to seat.
 

Wheelchair Accessible Powder Room

Accessible design can be stylish. This powder room has a wheelchair accessible vanity sink that meets the American Disabilities Act requirements.