Welcome to our blog! We invite you to explore some of the more practical and stylistic options for Accessible, Adaptive, and Universal Design. While our content focuses on aging in place and how to live independently with mobility or neurological challenges, we believe anyone can benefit from our remodeling tips.
When designing spaces that work for everyone, one crucial element is lighting. Beyond having convenient light switches, prope...
Form Follows Function The saying “Form follows Function” is the foundation for many architectural and design-focused artists....
Maintaining the value of your home is essential in the housing market, especially with the changing property values in Minnes...
If you want to enhance your overall health and wellness, adding a walk-in tub to your home could be an excellent solution. B...
We all find places in our homes that are difficult to reach, get to, or keep organized. As we age or new challenges arrive i...
There are times when we realize our home is not as convenient or accommodating as we’d like. And most often, it’s the little...
There’s nothing like a fresh coat of paint to brighten up your home, and chase your blues away on a cold, winter day! If you’...
As the holidays approach, many of us will soon begin to prepare for overnight guests. In most cases, that means clean sheet...
Let’s face it. When you take on a big home remodeling project, you want to make sure you find a contractor who can get the jo...
Linda and John Rutherford want to age in place in their River Falls, WI home. Find out what they did to make it possible. Dow...
There is no reason for aging or a disability to restrict your independence and quality of life in your home. And, the good ne...
How do you makeover a kitchen in 2022, while preserving the architectural style of 1934? Mission accomplished! Download Case ...