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Small Bathroom? Here’s 5 Ways To Optimise Your Space If You Have Mobility Issues

Oct 3, 2018 | News and Blogs

Do you have a small bathroom that you find difficult to move around in because of a mobility issue? If so, using your bathroom safely can become a challenging and some what dangerous experience. Making some small changes to your bathroom can not only make using it safer but can help to future proof your bathroom for years to come. Read on to find out more:

1. Replace your shower doors

  • Doors take up a lot of space and can block your reach for gripping
  • Whilst glass shower doors may look the part, they block half of your entrance into the bath making entering and exiting the bath more difficult, especially if you have mobility issues
  • Shower curtains come available in a variety of styles and can be easily pulled to one side providing better accessibility and use of space

2. Walk in tub vs bath lifts

  • How to make the best use of a small bathroom if you have mobility issuesA bath with a door sounds like it would be much easier and safer to access than a conventional tub
  • Unfortunately, they take up a great deal of space, so if you have limited space available in your bathroom the best solution is a bath lift
  • Bath lifts, such as the Easy2Bathe are often available at a tenth of the cost of a walk in bath
  • Not only is the Easy2Bathe bath lift one of the slimmest and most compact of designs, it has also been made to be one of the safest and most affordable ways to enjoy your existing bath without compromise

3. Take advantage of your walls

  • Whilst a small bathroom may not have much floor space available to work with, you can always take advantage of your available wall space by getting some wall mounted storage space such as a cupboard
  • Ensure that it is within easy reaching distance to avoid you stretching and losing your balance

4. Consider extending your worktop over the toilet

This extends your available surface space meaning more space is available for your bathroom items so they don’t need placing on the floor, which could be a potential tripping hazard.

5. Install grab bars 

Consider adding grab bars near to areas where you need extra support moving around, such as near the toilet or by your bath to provide some extra security.

 

Don’t delay! Now is a better time than ever to adapt your small bathroom to make the best use of the space you have available.

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