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Accessible Bathroom Storage.

Traditionally speaking there are two accessible bathroom storage options;

> Accessible Back-To-Wall Furniture

> Accessible Modular Furniture

With key differences in design and accessibility, there are important considerations that should be taken into account when incorporating fitted furniture into your disabled bathroom that will ensure the furniture you choose is suitable for you needs and requirements.

Accessible Back-To-Wall Furniture.

Accessible back-to-wall furniture often referred to as ‘accessible fitted furniture’ is designed to conceal the toilet cistern and any sanitary ware pipe work, in a semi-recessed setting.

Often installed along the full length of a wall, the design creates a clean, maintenance free look and feel with the added bonus of additional storage. Furthermore accessible back-to-wall furniture can also be designed to incorporate added mobility features including:

> Raised Height Sanitary Ware

> Concealed Drop Down Basins

> Wheelchair Accessible Sloping Basin Units

Typically displayed as a run of furniture along the full length of a wall additional bathroom storage can be added to the design in the form of base units and head height units, either as a space creator or to conceal accessible accessories.

Accessible Modular Furniture.

Accessible modular furniture is typically slim line and wall hung, giving it a floating effect, and opening up the visible floor area helping to create the illusion of space.

Furthermore, and due to its wall hung installation, accessible modular furniture is a great mobility bathroom addition as it offers sit down use as there is space to get a stool, chair or wheelchair under the unit.

Modular furniture tends to be wall hung, giving a floating effect, whereby a singular sloping vanity basin unit will be fitted alongside a separate, but matching, bathroom storage cupboard.

Accessible Bathroom Storage Considerations.

When making an accessible bathroom furniture decision you need to be realistic about how much storage you need, how much space you have and your requirements when moving around the room.

Whilst considering your personal accessible bathroom design preferences, you should ask yourself the following questions:

1) What Do I Need To Store?

2) How Much Storage Space Do I Require?

3) What Are My Accessibility Requirements?


6) Do I Have Any Design Preferences Whether Style or Colour?

Full Accessible Bathroom Storage Design And Fit Service.

At More Ability we offer a full accessible bathroom design and fit service which includes the installation of accessible bathroom storage furniture.

Displaying a range of options at our mobility bathroom showrooms in Leeds and Harrogate, if you’re ready to find the perfect storage solution for your accessible bathroom design visit us today or call a friendly member of our team.

Alternatively, you can gather further information by booking a free design appointment online.

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More Ability, part of the Passmore Group, are Yorkshire’s only 5* rated bathroom adaptation company. Specialising in accessible, mobility and disabled bathroom solutions we are extremely proud of the exceptional service we continuously deliver from design right through to installation and after care.