Disabled Bathrooms have come a long way. Long gone are the days when the only option for a disabled bathroom was to have a clinical looking hospital like bathroom. Not very aesthetically pleasing at all. Today disabled bathrooms are very stylish and look nothing like hospital bathrooms. Here at WISAB this is what we do, we install bathrooms that are both practical and stylish. Many of our customers have a disabled family member but want a nice bathroom that the whole family can use and enjoy. This is our speciality, as well as the care home sector, we design supply and install disabled bathrooms in domestic homes.
Below is a disabled bathroom that looks doesn’t look like its for the disabled. At first glance it just looks like a stylish bathroom. You have to really look to see the subtle design features which make this a disabled bathroom.
The whole family can enjoy this bathroom. In the shower, the seat folds up to make a large showering area for those able bodied. For the disabled members of the family the level access shower, wall mounted shower chair and grab rails make this shower accessible for them. The sink is designed so a wheelchair can fit under it safely. The toilet seat is higher than average, and with a grab rail on the wall making it easier to use the toilet. There are also grab rails in the shower to help with mobility.
Wet-rooms are on trend when it comes to disabled bathroom design. We have a large range of showers which can be designed to create a wet room disabled bathroom. Here is another disabled bathroom that is designed for wheelchair access. It looks like its come straight out of a glossy magazine, but its one we install quite often:
This is a corner shower wet-room which again is specially designed for the disabled or those with mobility issues. Again at first glance it just looks like a stylish bathroom. This is a great space saver solution when space is an issue. It also is very easy to clean due to the lack of glass panels.
This is quite a simple design to achieve. The shower tiles match the floor. All the accessories are in chrome with the toilet and basin white porcelain. As the tiles are neutral in colour, this means you can change the wall colour and add matching bath towels to create a whole new look quite easily. So if after a few years you fancy a change, it would be very cheap and easy to do so.
This recessed shower below again is both practical and stylish. If is only if you notice the rail by the toilet or the shower chair that you can tell its a bathroom designed for the disabled. So you see there are many options when it comes to having a disabled bathroom. The type of shower or wet-room is dependent on the current bathroom. For smaller bathrooms we may recommend a recessed shower or corner shower. But it doesn’t matter what space or lack of space you have, there are bathroom solutions today that will solve everyone’s unique needs.
These Lux Screens below create a partially framed glass shower area. These come with coated glass which keeps glass cleaner for longer. These frames are suitable to create a wet-room as below:
But you can have a shower tray like the image below:
For those that need assistance when showering we have the following Majestic Due Shower which has full height split doors. These doors can be rotated to allow the top and bottom sections to open and close independently. The split shower screens creates a splash guard carers. It also has strong magnetic seals which aid water retention, therefore keeping carer, parents and bathroom floors dry. These screen doors are modular and come in difference sizes:
If your looking for a disabled bathroom and like what you see here, why not get in touch. To receive your free brochure phone free on 0800 612 5954, for North call 0161 870 2545, Midlands 01952 457991, South 0207 101 9340. Or fill out the form below and you can email us at info (at) walkinshowersandbaths (dot) co (dot) uk.
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