Bathroom injuries are no laughing matter. Slips, trips and falls in the bathroom are more common than you think and unfortunately are the frequent cause of serious injury, particularly among older men and women.
Interior designers use color to communicate moods and feelings in every space. Though we all prefer different shades, colors are known to have a universal effect.
In recent years, home décor trends have embraced simplicity, including a focus on sleek furnishings and modern fixtures. This approach is popular throughout the home, including bathroom spaces of all sizes.
Compared to other rooms in the home, updating the design of your bathroom is a relatively inexpensive task. Unlike kitchen or living room remodels that require costly cabinet installation and carpet replacement, the smaller size of most bathrooms allows for a manageable upgrade. From tackling DIY projects, to installing shower enclosure kits, there are many options for redoing the bathrooms in your home on a budget.
With a little planning, it’s a cinch to ensure the interior of your home is handicap accessible. Most of the required adjustments pertain to safety precautions as well as careful spacing between rooms, appliances, and furniture. Start by expanding the size of hallways and entryways in the home to allow ease of movement. You should also enable side access to common appliances and furnishings; such as tables, ovens, dishwashers, and more.