« Last post by mmswm on Yesterday at 06:34:50 PM »
You know what's sad? We have a cast iron tub we're going to want to get rid of, but the bathroom is *so* tiny, there's no way you could get a decent swing.
That might be the problem with our bathroom. The bathroom itself isn't tiny, but the way it's built, the corner where the tub sits is cramped. We have a couple options for what to do. The best overall option is going to be us doing all the work, which is ripping out the whole thing and starting over. That will allow us to changes some things to make wheelchair access a lot easier. We can do it so it's manageable but not easy without taking out the whole thing, but the problem with that is the *only* reason it would work is because the child who uses a chair is tiny and his chair is only a 14 inch (and isn't likely to outgrow it). A standard chair, for the record, is 18 inch, with that measurement being the width of the seat. DS3's chair is also a "sport" model, so it's narrower than a basic chair even of the same size. If we go with what we can afford a contractor to do, that bathroom will only be accessible to children, not adults.