Conserving space, but keeping accessibility in mind, this large area off of the master bedroom is used both as master bath, as well as laundry room.
The shower area contains a tub and tiled surround. The homeowner does self-transfers, and uses a bench seat. Roho cushions dry easily and can be used to discourage pressure wounds. The adjustable grab bar works on most tubs.
The bathroom is right off of the bedroom. Ceramic tile slightly overlaps carpet at the edge, allowing for minimal transition.
The bed is low, at a height comfortable for transfers for the homeowner. Low windows offer a stunning view, and all opening mechanisms are situated at a low height. A patio door leads to an outside sitting area.
The roll in closet has a lot of storage space, and low rods make for easy accessibility of often used items.
The carpet used is a low pile, commecial capet. It runs through the bedroom, hallway, living room and dining room areas.
The floor plan allows for the dining room and living room to be open, almost creating 1 room.
The ramp to the parking lot is very steep. Much too steep for any modified vehicles with a lowered floor.
The ramp going from the entrance to the sidewalk is badly broken, and much steeper than a regulation wheeling ramp.
A peep hole at an advantageous height.
The hallway to the entrance door could prove difficult for someone with limited hand function to open, but it works well for the homeowner.
There is a lot of space to maneuver under this countertop stove. Side knobs are an added safety feature-no reaching over hot elements for temperature adjustments.
The wheel under sink and wall mount show that accessibility is a top priority in this kichen.
A Lazy Susan is great for space utilization, and a excellent option in accessibility.
The laundry room and bathroom are one large unit. A wheel under sink/countertop is separated by a row of storage drawers.
Front load washer and dryer on pedestals
The Roomba is a great option if vaccuuming is a difficulty. Its homebase is in the laundry room, but it travels throughout the condo.
The living room furniture is placed so that the living room separates from the dining room, bu is open inside the circle so that it is esy to access all areas.
The electrically reclining arm chair is a great place to relax. The height works well for the homeowner in terms of transferring.
Being on upper condo floors offers amazing view of our city.
The office desk is open on 3 sides, offering a large open area underneath.