Lighting is an important element of shower design, both for style and safety. Recessed light fixtures provide ample illumination in this accessible, curb-less shower, which also features a fold-down seat and attractive grab bars.
For maximum accessibility, the designer of this contemporary bathroom installed a curb-less shower with a 60-inch turning radius, a fold-down seat and attractive grab bars. Beautiful slip-resistant porcelain tile floors add style and function throughout the space.
Make sure your bathroom will age gracefully along with you. If you’re going to remodel it anyway, you will never regret adding universal design features that accommodate users of all ages and physical capabilities. Typical UD features include handheld sprays, grab bars, wider doors and curbless showers. It’s a minimal expense to install these features during construction compared to adding them later, and modern versions look sophisticated and design-forward, as in this sleek bath from Greige Design.
Contemporary leather and metal bar stools make this light and airy kitchen feel modern. Neutral tones throughout the space enhance the open feeling, while a white, sleek countertop at the bar provides a place to grab breakfast or prep meals with family.
One of the biggest renovations of at The Country Club at DC Ranch is the stunning U-shaped bar. With backlit glass panes, leather barstools and casual Southwest atmosphere, the bar is the perfect place to grab a drink, socialize or catch the latest golf tournament.