Color and style - guest or LL bath
More ADA info: This curbless shower measures 5 feet, 8 inches by 2 feet, 8 inches. The floor tile continues seamlessly into the stall. The floor slants slightly toward a linear drain in the back. This placement will prevent wheels from getting stuck on the drain. Home health nurses recommended the vertical grab bar because it’s helpful for pivoting from the toilet into the shower. And the grab bar at the back helps when turning around. The shampoo niche is on the wall across from the shower heads so that someone assisting with showering would have easy access to it. Another aging-in-place element is the nonslip floor. The amount of grout between the small penny tiles helps with grip. Perkins also added a nonslip sealant.
Not pretty, but show ADA compliant sink for master bath. Open space underneath a countertop is important for accommodating a wheelchair. This countertop is 34 inches high. There’s also plenty of counter space for leaving out daily items should there be a wheelchair user. Single-handled faucets to get the temperature right with just one hand and support themselves with the other,
Pocket door, linen storage with drawers and flooring.
Best overall accessible bath example
Love the style
Accessible with minimal glass
Desire similar toilet set up with bar
Vanity perfect for all bathrooms, Tile nice for floor. Mirror perfect for full bath.
Walk in tub - like white surround
Tub in shower
Could this wall be rearranged to have linen, vanity, sink left to right. Like mirrored front on linen idea.
Gorgeous bath with vanity
Subtract a sink and widen vanity
Vanity and shower
Like wall tile, cabinets and glass knobs