Transforming homes: Adaptive interior design

Inclusion and accessibility are fundamental aspects of interior design. In this article, we will explore how to carry out a comprehensive renovation of a home adapted for people with reduced mobility without neglecting design or aesthetics.

The process begins with detailed planning in collaboration with accessibility professionals and people with reduced mobility. The layout of the home is designed considering space for wheelchair maneuverability, door widths, and the placement of control elements.

Accessibility is ensured through the installation of ramps, the removal of architectural barriers, and the optimization of circulation spaces. Bathrooms and kitchens are designed to offer maximum functionality, with grab bars, curbless showers, and easily accessible appliances.

Díaz Cano Interior Design Studio has been a pioneer in this inclusive approach, collaborating closely with accessibility experts to ensure that every detail of the project meets the highest standards of functionality and aesthetics.

Technology plays a crucial role, with home automation systems facilitating remote control of lights and blinds, as well as communication and security systems to enhance autonomy and peace of mind.

While functionality is a priority, interior design is not neglected. The choice of materials, colors, and textures allows for the creation of aesthetically pleasing and welcoming spaces.

The comprehensive renovation of a home adapted for people with reduced mobility is a balance between functionality and design. Thanks to the innovative approach of Díaz Cano Interior Design Studio, beautiful and welcoming spaces can be created that meet the needs of all who inhabit them.