Master Bathroom Remodel
The layout of the bathroom was the first to change. We swapped places with the tub and vanity to give better access to both. A beautiful chrome grab bar was added along with matching towel bar and towel ring. The vanity was changed out and now included an angled cut-out for easy access for a wheelchair to pull completely up to the sink while protecting knees and legs from exposed plumbing and looking gorgeous doing it. The toilet came out of the corner and we eliminated the privacy wall, giving it full access with a wheelchair. The original toilet was in great shape, so we were able to reuse it. But now, it was equipped with much-needed chrome grab bars for added safety and convenience. The shower was moved and reconstructed to allow for a large walk-in tile shower with stylish chrome grab bars, an adjustable handheld showerhead and a comfortable fold-down shower bench. The new design layout also included a luxurious Kohler Devonshire soaking tub â€“ proving a bathroom can (and should) be functionally safe AND aesthetically beautiful at the same time.