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User by closet with sliding doors and pull-out shelves
User by closet with sliding doors and pull-out shelves

User by closet with sliding doors and low closet pole
User by closet with sliding doors and low closet pole

Double bed with maneuvering space at the side
Double bed with maneuvering space at the side

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Accessible bedroom

- a solution for a person who uses a wheelchair

Description
The user and his wife have ordinary standard-height IKEA beds. The user’s side has space for maneuvering (see photo 3).
The bedroom has a large closet with sliding doors. The closet has a lower closet rod (see photo 2). The low shelves slide out, the upper shelves are fixed (see photo 1).

Authors comments
Standard-height Ikea beds work very well for the user. Pull-out shelves are easily accessible and well-organized, but the user prefers to have fixed shelves at a height where he cannot see into them.

Idea
The user

Paid for by
In Sweden: Municipality (low closet pole), otherwise the user

Tip is dated from 2011

Categories for this tip
housing » bedroom, furniture, Tips and tricks from people with Low paraplegia (Th11- S1, ASIA A, B).

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