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Our Independent Living range of bathroom products will help you lead the life you choose, regardless of age or disability. With a choice of specialist brands, including AKW and Kinedo, who are experts in accessible bathrooms, you’ll find the right products at a great price.
At VictoriaPlum.com, it is our firm belief that everyone can have an inspirational bathroom at an affordable price. And when we say “everyone”, that’s exactly what we mean.
Our Independent Living bathroom range is all about maintaining your independence, should you lack mobility due to old age or a disability. This may be achieved through simple adaptations such as grab rails and shower seats, or through larger changes such as easy access baths and wet rooms.
Whatever your requirements, we have an Independent Living solution for your bathroom.
Striking a balance between function and design is always difficult in any type of bathroom project, but even more so when designing for an elderly relative who enjoys living independently.
In our latest blog article, we examine all the things you’ll need to take into account when designing a bathroom for an elderly friend or relative. We’ll show you how to keep them safe and secure whilst allowing them to enjoy all the comfort and style of a modern bathroom.
According to the RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People), around 1 in every 30 people live with some sort of sight loss in the UK today. With numbers expected to rise, it’s hardly surprising that many of us are searching for bathroom designs which aid visual impairments.
In our blog article, we demonstrate how to adapt a bathroom for a partially sighted person, from high contrast tiling to voice-activated smart showering systems. We’ll also show you how it can cater to the needs of other family members, through clever use of products and layout.
With around 1.2million wheelchair users in the United Kingdom, many of us are searching for bathroom design solutions that seamlessly integrate both accessibility and style.
In our blog post, we’ll be looking at how you can create a contemporary bathroom that is specially-adapted to wheelchair use. We’ll also examine how a bathroom like this can become a space that is shared with family members.
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