Handicap Accessible Bathroom

A master bath is redesigned to be accessible for a wheelchair and gets an ocean-inspired look.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThey eliminate the dam to the shower and shorten the linen closet to create a five foot turning radius, making it easier for Joe to take showers.
Porcelain tiles that meet the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) requirements are used for the shower floor. To create a beach atmosphere, they use vinyl flooring that looks like wood and beach pebbles. Beautiful tempered glass surrounds the shower for a spa-inspired look.

towel racks, hooks, grab bars (Embassy) - Alno, Inc.
countertops and moldings
(Brecon Brown) - Cambria
cabinet knob and pulls - Emenee Decorative Hardware
flooring
(Karendean vinyl; MS2 Navarra Chalk, Michelango Spanish Pebble; VG6-7 Van Gough Lime) - Karendean International Floorcoverings
floor heating - Electro Plastics, Inc.
sink
(Interlude Self-rimming Lavatory) - Kohler Ferguson Bath & Kitchen Gallery
access lighting
(Transitional Venezia in Old Silver finish); glass sconce (Hubbardton Forge, Natural Iron Opal) - Lighting Artistry
soap dispenser conversion kit - Custom Inserts
chrome shower valves, shower head
(Relexa Plus), slide bars, lavatory faucets - Grohe America, Inc.
porcelain floor tile - Daltile Tile & Stone Gallery
shower walls, soffit and splash tiles, shower seat, window valance
(Surge) - Ultraglas
shower curtain
(Robert Allen, Linthal 644 Spray) - Custom Drapes & Upholstery
toilet
(Clayton); toilet seat (Washlet, Sedona Beige) - Toto Kiki Usa/Toto Ltd.
cabinetry
(Passport, Ginger Glaze) - Kraft Maid Cabinetry

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