With a generous grant from the Veterans Administration (VA) our Davis-area clients needed an ADA-compliant bathroom remodel to accommodate a veteran’s disability.
They turned to us to transform their roomy, yet poorly configured bathroom floorplan into a spacious, purposefully designed master bathroom – with accessibility features cleverly disguised as contemporary interior design.
Our design approach married accessibility to sophistication in a modern aesthetic – resulting in nothing “institutional” about this intentionally designed bathroom.
An expansive marble-topped vanity features dual sinks with matching industrial-inspired tilting mirrors framed in shiny chrome, allowing a person seated in a wheelchair to position the looking glass for their best angle.
Beneath the vanity, we created a “roll-in” cabinet without a plumbing shroud, and sliding pocket cabinet doors that tuck neatly out of the way to accommodate mobility devices like wheelchairs or riding chairs.
The spacious tile and glass walk-in shower features a fold-down koa bench, brushed nickel grab bars, and shower fixtures that perfectly complement the drawer pulls in the bathroom’s dry areas. We also removed the threshold into the curbless shower for ease of accessibility and added a decorative tile backsplash as a focal point for the calm palette.
Lastly, with this much space to work with, we added a roomy water closet, large enough to accommodate a mobility device, for added personal privacy.