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Accessible Kitchens.

Above all an accessible kitchen should do at least one of four things:

1. Make Daily Life Easier

2. Promote Independent Living

3. Make Better Use Of The Available Space

4. Increase Safety

At More Kitchens we offer a full range of stylish and functional accessible kitchens that achieve all of the above and more.

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Accessible Kitchen Design.

There may be a number of reasons why you have decided that an accessible kitchen is a necessity in your home.

It is important to understand the fundamental problem before a solution can be found.

Typically we find:

  • Cognitive Conditions:

    Such as Alzheimer's or Dementia may mean that a less cluttered environment is now needed requiring an accessible kitchen design to make the best use of available space.

    Reduced Mobility:

    Whereby additional handrails are now necessary to facilitate movement around your kitchen in order to increase safety.

    For wheelchair users, the height of work surfaces and kitchen units is key meaning fixed height or adjustable height units maybe required in order to make daily life easier.

    Reduced Grip:

    Is where the careful selection kitchen handles can come into play. Similarly you should also consider lever taps for your kitchen sink if you find that your ability to grip is weaker than it once was.

    Visual Impairment:

    Finally considerations towards an accessible kitchen design for the visual impaired can help promote independent living.

    Through the careful selection of fixtures and fittings, use of colours, textures and lighting can all make a significant difference to a person with poor eyesight.

    Once it is understood what the underlying problem is then it is possible to explore the various solutions, a number of which we have articulated in our guide to accessible kitchen design ideas.

    Accessible Kitchens Designed And Installed.

    If you're ready to make daily life easier, increase independence and improve safety through making better use of available space then our team of experienced designers are ready to help with our full kitchen design and installation service

    To arrange a free design, survey and quote you can either book an appointment online, call a friendly member of our team, or visit one of our kitchen showrooms in Leeds, Harrogate and Mirfield to discuss your requirements in more detail.

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    Our customers rate our fully project managed kitchen design and installation service 5* on Trust Pilot and our showrooms are home to 100's of thank you cards and letters of appreciation.

    Accessible Kitchen FAQ's

    What is an accessible kitchen design, and how can More Kitchen create a kitchen that accommodates my mobility needs?

    An accessible kitchen design is specifically tailored to accommodate individual needs and requirements with mobility challenges or disabilities. We create accessible kitchens by incorporating features such as lowered countertops, easy-to-reach storage, and wheelchair-friendly layouts to enhance accessibility and usability.

    Can I customize the accessible kitchen design to suit my specific requirements and preferences?

    Absolutely! The sole purpose of an accessible kitchen design is to help solve unique, specific and individual needs and requirements. Our expert team of senior designers will work with you to understand your limitations with a view to create a concept that works for you and your lifestyle.

    What types of adaptive kitchen aids and devices can be integrated into my accessible kitchen design?

    We can integrate a range of adaptive aids and devices into your accessible kitchen design, such as pull-out shelves, lever-style handles, touchless faucets, and adjustable-height countertops, enhancing ease of use and functionality.

    Can More Kitchen provide guidance on creating a safe and barrier-free kitchen environment?

    100%. Our expert senior designers provide guidance on creating a safe and barrier-free kitchen environment. We will recommend safety features, non-slip flooring, and proper lighting to ensure a kitchen that promotes safety and accessibility.