A 35-year-old single-family home in Jefferson MD (Frederick County) needed an accessibility design to accomodate the homeowner's needs. Accessible design need not be plain or utilitarian as this fresh design indicates. ADA features abound that are perfect for any bathroom, including: barrier-free shower, French shower doors, shower seat, plenty of grab bars. His-and-hers tank toppers offer ample private, individual storage (plus more, great storage in the vanity with drawers).
Even CJ, the rescue cat, loves the design by Metropolitan Bath and Tile. He can easily turn on the water for a drink but hasn't learned yet how to turn it off. Pet-approved.
Brushed nickel finish.
Barrier-free with frameless French doors
Teak moveable and removable
ADA Shower Features:
Handheld on a slide bar for easy access with diverter on back wall so it can be reached by the person in the chair (or any one without ADA needs). An extra bracket was added so handheld can be left on the slide bar or placed closer to the chair
90 degree in chrome, single lavy and shower and accessories
Tile: EGE Seramik
10x13 wall tile and 13 x13 on the floor
Lighting: Progress Alexa
sconce lights and eyeball recessed lights
Exhaust Fan: Broan
Grab Bars: Iso
Countertop: Silestone Mountain Mist
Concord door style in cherry wood with harvest stain on vanity and tank toppers