While the best design choices for a specific space reflect the unique needs and desires of the individual user, some elements of good design are universal. Flexibility, ergonomics, safety and convenience are important whether the user is tall or short, young or old, in perfect health or challenged by mobility, vision, breathing or other health issues.
As the Baby Boomers age and the number of multi-generational households continues to rise, manufacturers of kitchen products are increasingly striving to create products that promote ease of use, enhanced accessibility and added safety, while minimizing maintenance.
This month, Kitchen & Bath Design News looks at a variety of products that are universally designed to make life easier for all users.
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