Accessible Kitchen Design
TOM: What’s the recipe for an ideal kitchen? A blend of convenient features that keep it accessible for years to come. This podcast give you tips for adding accessibility features into your kitchen design for an accessible kitchen design. Hi, I’m Tom Kraeutler.
LESLIE: And I’m Leslie Segrete with today’s Money Pit Home Improvement Minute.
TOM: An accessible, convenient kitchen will nourish you and your family through every life stage. Just mix in a few universal design ideas to create a space that’s easy for everyone to use.
LESLIE: Install easy to grasp handles and knobs. And make sure hard to reach cabinets work for you by adding pull down inserts and carousels that spin appliances and supplies into view.
TOM: Build in work surfaces that allow the cook to be seated. And make sure the kitchen work triangle allows for enough room for maneuvering a wheelchair.
LESLIE: Finally, amp up your task lighting and add a stylish high arc faucet with convenient lever controls. I’m Leslie Segrete.
TOM: And I’m Tom Kraeutler. For more Money Pit Home Improvement Tips, visit moneypit.com.