HOT OFF THE PRESS! WALL STREET JOURNAL’S OFF DUTY SECTION
Yes, this AIP trend is happening now. I am thrilled to be quoted in this wonderfully written and relevantly timely article in the Wall Street Journal, Off Duty section.
“Mitzi Beach, a CAPS designer in Wichita, Kan., and an expert in boomer lifestyle, points out that there are no Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) codes for residential properties, as there are for commercial properties. But one can fine AIP guidelines on the NAHB website, nahb.org, and can find CAPS designers there and through the American Society of Interior Designers (Asid.org)”
The saying better late than never surely fits the huge trend happening in the housing and design industry today. The saying that is also relative to this merging AIP (Aging in Place) trend is trends “follow the money” and there is certainly big money in this market in product and design.
WHAT HAS YOUR HOME DONE FOR YOU LATELY?
I am loving all this AIP press for the pure reasoning that this trend just makes complete sense. Stated another way, why would homeowners not consider preparing their homes for their future wellbeing? With the current wave of new products on the market now and those yet to emerge, homeowners can live a safer, more ergonomic life in their homes without compromising stylish beauty or contemporary aesthetics. As this article affirms, there is currently surfacing a new boast worthy AIP statement for homeowner status. Another plus to this trending movement is the advantage homeowners gain by living with more functional storage along with the ease of simpler living. Again, I ask, who wouldn’t want these features?
Mitzi’s award winning accessible first floor guest bathroom. Even without a 5’ turning radius, many with special needs have functioned easily in our guest bathroom due to 3’ door opening, curbless shower, grab bars, comfort height toilet, wall mounted open sink vanity, ample lighting, plus many more features. …Read More