Ample Knee Space Allows Seated Use of Bathroom

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Universal Design Bathroom Features Adequate Knee Space

Have you ever thought what it would be like to use your bathroom sink sitting down? Is there enough room to get your legs under the sink?   Several methods are used to provide knee space, including open knee space without a vanity cabinet, or adaptable solutions such as fold-back or self-storing doors. Pipe protection is provided to prevent contact with hot or sharp surfaces.

Bathroom sink with space below left open

A universal design bathroom featuring a sink with adequate knee space below to allow for seated use.

Vanity area in this sink can be closed for a more finished look

A universal design bathroom featuring a sink with adequate knee space below to allow for seated use. This picture shows sink with cabinet.

Wall mounted ‘P’ trap for the sink with horizontal pipe

Bathroom vanity with knee space for wheelchair users. This picture shows the vanity open. Bathroom vanity closed.

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