This universal bathroom is part of a walk-out basement in a home in Castle Pines, Colorado.
The couple wanted to bring more functionality into the space, in order to accommodate them as their mobility changed. The doorways were made wider, and ample floor space has been included for easier wheelchair access.
The doorless, curbless shower with a bench opens up the space and makes it easier for an attendant to provide assistance, if needed. The toilet area is also doorless, yet private, and includes wall-mounted handrails for support.
The floating “His” vanity is wheelchair accessible, while the “Her” vanity has doors for extra storage. The green color palette is clean and fresh, bringing the outdoors inside.
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