Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms in New Jersey

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms in New Jersey

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms in New Jersey

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms in New Jersey (2)

Wheelchair Accessible Bathrooms in New Jersey (2)

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We are passionate about creating elegant wheelchair accessible bathrooms in New Jersey.
The most important part of the job is to provide for a wheelchair user’s easy access and circulation without making the space look institutional.

The bathtub was removed to expand the bathroom and make it more spacious. A custom-made double vanity is lower in height so that shaving and brushing teeth are easy tasks. There is plenty of leg space for sitting. We worked with several natural stone tiles to create a timeless mosaic pattern. Since the tile was not purchased as a grid, it took some planning and designing. The slip-proof flooring is a primary requirement for wheelchair accessible bathrooms in New Jersey. We used honed stone tile for the floor and infused it with beautiful glass tile. The tile pattern on the wall incorporates metal inserts making it interesting and unique. There is plenty of storage within the built-in cabinetry.

Because the wheelchair user was comfortable with transfers, the requirement of this project did not involve a curbless shower. However, the shower stall is spacious with a bench and hand held shower.
Both functional and decorative lighting add glamour to the bathroom. Green glass of the wall sconces echo the greenish undertones of the stone tile. A modern chandelier adds sparkle. Functional lighting in the shower area and adequate ventilation were the requirements. We introduced wall mirrors and placed them twenty-four inches from the ceiling line. The stone niches are reflected in the mirrors visually expanding the room and creating more glamour. Final result-wheelchair accessible bathroom that is cozy and comfortable as much as functional.