Pottery Barn’s Accessible Home Line Includes ADA-Compliant Furniture

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Pottery Barn has a new line of furniture and accessories, the Accessible Home, which is designed for people with disabilities or who are injured or aging in place.

Pottery Barn says the collection, which launched Friday, includes 150 products across several categories, such as pivoting mirrors, adjustable beds, and desk lamps. Many of the high-end items are new versions of existing products and are on par price-wise as well. You can purchase them now, and they will ship in the fall. Some, like the power-lift recliners, are ready to ship.

The products are mostly for those with mobility issues, including grab bars for showers, power-lift recliners, and wheelchair-accessible desks that comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. However, the company notes that “accessibility compliance remains the responsibility of the buyer.” 

To create the collection, the retailer worked with the “Disability Education and Advocacy Network,” a group that advocates and educates about disability issues, and Lisa Cini, founder and CEO of senior-living design company Mosaic Design Studio

You can visit the Accessible Home site now to view the collection. We’ve highlighted a few products below. 

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