How to deal with a deteriorating medical condition and keep a fabulous home

How to deal with a deteriorating medical condition and keep a fabulous home

As you might know from earlier posts, my husband, Mr Wheel Chic Home (aka Mr Wobblelegs) has Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis. This year is the 10th anniversary of our wedding, and not long after, the 10th anniversary of his MS diagnosis. It's been three years since I started the blog so I thought I'd share [...]

Interiors Inspiration: How to find the accessible in the inaccessible – Part 1

Interiors Inspiration: How to find the accessible in the inaccessible – Part 1

That's an odd title isn't it?  How can you find accessible interiors inspiration from inaccessible places? Fact is, I think you can get interiors and accessible design from anywhere and everywhere.  Just because a space isn't technically accessible, it can still give you some ideas for how you might be able to adapt it to [...]

My Top 5 accessible electric reclining sofas

My Top 5 accessible electric reclining sofas

We are on the hunt again for a sofa.  (The dreaded hunt begins again!)   Our current sofa (see my other post on how to choose a sofa when you have a disability) is a little low.  We knew it at the time and we are slowly getting to the point of needing something new.  So [...]

How to plan an accessible bathroom with VictoriaPlum.com

How to plan an accessible bathroom with VictoriaPlum.com

*Sponsored Post in collaboration with VictoriaPlum.com* As you know my blog and recent Instagram photo challenge #inclusivechic is all about trying to find that great balance between things that are safe for Mr Wheel Chic Home but also appeal to my interiors sensibilities.  I've been amazed by the creativity out there from individuals on the [...]

#inclusivechic – Instagram roundup

#inclusivechic – Instagram roundup

Last month, Vaila from The Inclusive Home and I started a new Hashtag across Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest called #inclusivechic We set up the hashtag to start conversations around inclusive, accessible or disabled design that we love.  This could be things we've seen in our own homes, or great architecture or design we've seen that [...]

How to get involved and have fun – Decorating with a disability

How to get involved and have fun – Decorating with a disability

Those of you who follow me on Instagram (if you don’t, why not?!) might have seen my stories about our recent decorating exploits and I had a lot of lovely comments from some of you regarding the humour in them.  And it got me thinking… How do you decorate with a disability?  I thought I’d [...]