Tip #2: Useful Kitchen (After)
Tip #2: Upgraded and energy-efficient appliances are designed for easy access, while a center island features multiple (and stylish) surface heights and a secondary sink to share cooking duties. Wider openings enhance convenience. — Renderings by RM Design Studio/courtesy Remodeling magazine4 of 10
The vast majority of boomers — 84 percent — want to stay in their current house during retirement, but only 16 percent have taken any steps to adapt their home for retirement, a new survey by AARP finds. The Home for Life, an online virtual home produced by Remodeling magazine, showcases subtle yet effective universal design principles that enhance convenience, comfort, safety and value while lowering monthly costs and maintenance chores. Here are the top five tips for aging in place in style and with confidence.
Also of interest: With Universal Design, one size fits all.
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