Accessibility & Design

Designing inclusive interiors for all

open kitchen with grey slate tile and bright white cabinets

Designing Interiors for Accessibility

You don’t need to have special needs to have an accessible home. Family, friends, and guests should all be able to have the same safe experience in your home. With 34 years in the healthcare industry, we know a thing or two about inclusive design and how to make your home welcoming and accessible for all.

Wheel chair users may benefit from a zero-threshold shower, while seniors would find slip-resistant flooring advantageous. A colored countertop can help distinguish edges for those with less-than-perfect eyesight and certain materials can give ease to those with asthma. Rosalind Strickland Interior Design can assess what you and your family need and customize your interiors to meet those needs.