Independent living is important for anyone living with a disability, but so often accessible bathrooms are clinical and soulless. Harvey Norman aims to change this with their new range, injecting independent living with style
This accessible bathroom design uses Caesarstone walls and floors for minimal and ease of cleaning with no grout, looks modern and sleek. The basin is a Caroma Opal 900 basin which allow easy wheelchair access to the vanity bowl yet is still a stunning basin. These features allow for a sleek, stylish bathroom that has plenty of room and is easy to clean.
The shower area is spacious, open and cleverly designed. It includes an Enware care folding shower seat for those who require it and the shower size provides ample room. If assistance is required, the area also includes the Caroma Mystic Rail Shower which can be used as a hand shower or personal shower. A custom frameless shower screen and grid drain allow easy access for wheel chairs.
The bathroom design also includes the Caroma Caravelle support toilet with armrest than can be lifted for those who don’t require it.
At last, the industry is moving towards beautifully designed and fully accessible bathrooms – so everyone can live in style.
Harvey Norman have been designing and building quality kitchens and bathrooms for over 30 years. Showrooms at Alexandria and Auburn open 7 days a weeks with under cover parking for your convenience.
Written by Lauren Farquhar