Hi Everyone! Working on my kitchen design in my new chemical free barrier free house design.. and need some input!
1. I notice online that there is a basic height for roll in under counter in the kitchen. I can't imagine this cookie cutter dimension is for everyone. Please tell me? How low can the basin of the sink be and still allow you to roll under it to face the sink faucet?
Do you use a walker? What would make it easier for you to reach the counter?
2. How deep of a counter would work best for you?
3. have you ever used an under counter drawer refrigerator? Do you like it? What are the pros and cons?
4. what is your biggest difficulty in the kitchen?
Problem I found when I was using my walker was it banging the lower cupboard doors and I was afraid of marking them! We have an under counter refrigerator and I find I can't use the bottom draw that's got the salad and vegetables in it's too low for me to bend down to also the lowest shelf in fridge. So my husband has to get items from there for me. There are a lot of things I can talk about in the kitchen that are bug bears to me!!
Problem I found when I was using my walker was it banging the lower cupboard doors and I was afraid of marking them!
BUBBADOG14, I understand you, cause almost the same was with me and my old walker. And it was not so catastrophic, but it was pretty annoying. Anyway, after few months of using that, I've ordered a new one called But then I simply asked my family for getting me new walking aids
called Ezee life, and you know what, the manufacturer of those walkers - thought over those details we're talking about.