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Simple Steps Toward Universal Design In Bathrooms

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Simple Steps Toward Universal Design In Bathrooms


By Dan Morrison September 13, 2017
Curbless shower, no door, bench seats at each end

Universal design means being inclusive when you design and build rooms. If you design for yourself, it will only work for you. Dan Morrison, editor of ProTradeCraft.com, offers tips for installing a barrier-free bathroom. 

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