9 Home Upgrades That’ll Add Accessibility Without Sacrificing Style

“‘As a disabled person, after a long, often frustrating day of navigating inaccessible public spaces—from mapping out a route to my destination with only a handful of metro stations with elevators to choose from, to circling restaurants and bars to in search of ramps that often aren’t there—I look forward to coming home. But as with millions of others like me, a cane user with multiple disabilities, inaccessible housing is the norm—prompting us to think outside the box. “After all, a house isn’t a home unless the entire family gets to live there,” says DIY design expert Lindsey Rockers of @ThisAccessibleHome on Instagram. “As designers,” adds Blue Copper Design owner Maegan Blau, “being able to innovate is key when working with clients, regardless of their ability…'”

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