My top 5 bathroom sinks for wheelchair users

Recently Mr Wheel Chic Home and I went to Naidex, which is an industry show for disability and inclusivity.  The show has exhibitors ranging from wheelchairs to exercise equipment, to gadgets to help around the house and bathroom displays. I was particularly struck by the bathroom room sets, there were some fantastic options on display […]

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How to future proof your home when you have a disability

As regular readers to the blog will know, Mr Wheel Chic Home has Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.  This is the form of MS that starts and just gets worse, with gradual changes over the years. We started to think about adjustments after his diagnosis, but he was still walking without an aid at that time […]

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My Top Tips for buying a Storage Bed

The space under the bed is usually one of the least utilised spaces in our home and yet it’s a large opportunity for storage that we don’t often think about.  I’m on the look out for a new storage bed in my spare room and so I wanted to share some ideas… If you’re a […]

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A Conversation with … Harri from Home Wasn’t Built in a Day

This week on my occasional series of conversations with lovely people who have made some adaptations in their home to deal with a disability I’m talking to Harri from Home Wasn’t Built in a Day.  A self confessed lover of travel and design, Harri’s page is full of interesting, unusual and inspiring images, art, culture, interiors, […]

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A Conversation with … LeAnne from LavendersLongShot

Today on the blog I’m chatting to the lovely LeAnne Lavender.  LeAnne and her husband Derek were forced to make changes to their lives and their home following an accident that left Derek paralysed.  I’ve been following LeAnne for a little while now as they’ve been working on a new very stylish home from scratch, […]

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A Conversation with … Pati Robins

This week on my Conversation With series I’m talking to the instagram queen Pati Robins, the diva of DIY, dark interiors and maximalism.  If you’re an interiors obsessive on Instagram you’ve almost certainly come across Pati.  Not only are her dark interiors famous, her DIY solutions are innovative and inexpensive, and she’s also a blogger and […]

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A Conversation with… Rachael from Eclectic Eccentric Home

First up in the new series of Conversations with Interiors lovers is Rachael from Eclectic Eccentric Home.  Rachael lives in Braithwell, South Yorkshire and has a variety of different disabilities in the house with lots of conflicting needs.  She’s a lover of vintage and antique furniture as you will see from her colourful Instagram feed! […]

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A Conversation with … Introduction

Welcome to the introduction to a new series of blog posts regarding disability, design & accessibility.  Since starting my blog I’ve been approached by lots of people in a similar position to me and Mr Wheel Chic Home and have given me nothing but support in my blog. After a few conversations I realised there […]

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How to find a fabulous wheelchair ramp that matches your style

It’s odd isn’t it, how I can add the word ‘fabulous’ next to ‘wheelchair’ in the title, as when you think of a wheelchair ramp you think of something pretty dull. Mr Wheel Chic Home has recently spent a little more time in the wheelchair than usual due to a number of falls needing stitches […]

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Customisable Grab Rails with Rails Direct

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you’ll know I have a thing about grab rails and how in general, they can be ugly.  I’ve talked before about my super toilet roll holder and some ideas that are grab rails disguised as some thing else.  I’m always looking for options to help disguise […]

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