Disabled kitchens can also be Designer kitchens!
Who says special needs kitchens have to look like it? Look at this wonderful kitchen….
- The oven is at appropriate wheel-chair friendly height, side hinged for easy access. Pull out landing-space under. Pyrolytic – no more cleaning!
- A flat glass hotplate- easy to slide pots around. Induction cooking is safer and quicker than gas. Pocket doors reveal comfortable wheelchair space right under the cooking area
- The rangehood is operated with a remote control, or an isolation switch at bench height
- A tap with a retractable hose can be situated beside the sink.
- Waste bins slide out electronically with just a nudge of the knee or a tap of the foot
Many other concealed features can be utilised to make a special-needs kitchen work as well as it looks!