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Build Mum a House Blog Home Contact Me Reduced Mobility The Art of Downsizing Feel Good, Look Good Caring for the Carer Bathroom, Bedroom, Caring for the Carer, DIY, Downsizing, Kitchen, Lifestyle, Living Room, Mobility Aids, Universal Design The right LED can change your life! Bathroom, Bedroom, Caring for the Carer, DIY, Downsizing, Featured, Kitchen, Lifestyle, Living Room Colour is better than Prozac: Jane Cumberbatch’s Pure Colour book REVIEW Bathroom, Bedroom, Caring for the Carer, DIY, Downsizing, Kitchen, Lifestyle, Living Room, Mobility Aids, Uncategorized, Universal Design Seeing clearly now: 5 steps to a brighter, lighter home with Catherine Woram Caring for the Carer It’s never too late to learn something new! Carter’s Steam Fair Bathroom, Bedroom, DIY, Downsizing, Kitchen, Lifestyle, Living Room, Universal Design 5 tips to Upsize your Downsized home with Marianne Shillingford Bathroom, DIY, Downsizing, Lifestyle, Mobility Aids, Universal Design An amazing spa bathroom for any age Caring for the Carer, DIY, Downsizing, Kitchen, Lifestyle, Mobility Aids, Universal Design How to make cooking easier and more enjoyable at any age – 5 design features that Howdens Inclusive kitchens deliver on Downsizing, Kitchen, Lifestyle, Universal Design Going Electric: Ovens Bathroom, DIY, Lifestyle, Mobility Aids, Uncategorized, Universal Design Is Age a Dirty Word in the Bathroom? A coffee and chat with the man from HEWI. Bedroom, Caring for the Carer, Downsizing, Lifestyle, Mobility Aids Is this the most luxurious sleep ever? Kitchen, Lifestyle, Living Room, Mobility Aids, Universal Design Built Mum a House 1 year on: 6 great things that make me go mmm! Bathroom, Bedroom, Caring for the Carer, DIY, Downsizing, Lifestyle, Living Room Weekend Away: R&R and Inspiration in Lewes Bathroom, Bedroom, DIY, Downsizing, Lifestyle, Living Room 5 Floorings to Consider for People Living with Allergies or Asthma Bathroom, Bedroom, DIY, Downsizing, Kitchen, Lifestyle, Living Room Marianne Shillingford’s 5 Tips to Upsize your Downsized Home Mobility Aids, Universal Design The Easy Way to Unlock your Front Door from the Inside DIY, Featured, Kitchen, Lifestyle, Recipes Best Tip Ever: make chicken noodle soup, now! DIY, Downsizing, Lifestyle, Living Room, Mobility Aids HACK: how I converted a sideboard into a tall but downsized tv stand! Bathroom, Bedroom, DIY, Kitchen, Lifestyle, Living Room, Mobility Aids, Universal Design Video Timelapse: How I Built Mum a House Lifestyle, Living Room, Universal Design How we transformed our 1930’s fireplace in 2 days Bathroom, DIY, Lifestyle, Outdoor Shower, Universal Design The Outdoor Shower That’s Very Welcome Indoors Home My mum’s in her 80s I’m in my 50’s and my son’s in his 20’s. In 2015 I built my mum a house. I started out planning on a nice modern, simple house. The plot is at the end of a 1970s terrace and I wanted it to fit in to the neighbours’ houses on the outside and be a gem inside. I had fallen in love with blogs and magazines full of beautiful and inspirational interiors. My Pinterest was filling up fast. Then I found out it wasn’t about what I wanted but about what my mum needed. My mum isn’t wheelchair bound and doesn’t fit in the category of disabled living. She doesn’t need a lot of specialist equipment. But she does find she has restricted movement: she finds stairs impossible some days and when her arthritis flares up, even flushing the loo with a push button is painful. Together we visited showrooms that had a daunting array of mobility living aids, so many of them ugly and clinical. Every time, we came out of there depressed and despondent. This just didn’t match the image of elegant, independent living that my mum and I had planned for her. After many sleepless nights I began to think that there might be a middle way, where thoughtful planning of room layouts, considered selection of building materials, well designed fixtures and fittings – along with a healthy dose of imaginative thinking – would allow her to remain comfortably independent in a house she could be proud of. Why do ‘old people’s homes’ have to look institutional ? Mobility impairment at any age shouldn’t mean that your home suddenly becomes a place where good design or even homeliness is thrown out of the window. I’m passionate that beautiful and clever design in our homes should be used to answer reduced mobility needs at any age. I hope my blog can be of help not only to family, carers and elderly as well as parents looking for inspiration when they find that they need to make their home more suitable to their needs. Whether you are downsizing, building a granny flat or about to embark on a major home improvement, future proofing can help you when choosing a new bathroom tap or which oven to buy. The world is catching on to this, there are so many clever design ideas and new products out there and I’m making it my mission to bring them to you in my blog. Join me on a search for beautiful, thoughtful interior design that addresses reduced mobility issues, spans ages and is stylish, to build a home that you love and that’s fit for you and your family. 12 Comments Reply MaryMary January 17, 2016 at 12:33 pm I agree with you – product designers and interior designers should consider designing products so that anyone at any age can use it Reply Build Mum a House January 20, 2016 at 5:45 pm Thanks, MaryMary I don’t see why we should compromise on design just because we’re getting older Reply Bernadette August 3, 2016 at 2:08 pm Wow, this is great. You should share this at the Senior Salon today Reply linda August 4, 2016 at 9:57 pm I know this mad your mom happy. Reply Build Mum a House August 4, 2016 at 10:15 pm and it’s now so easy to pop round to see her just for the little things… before they become big things Reply spearfruit August 6, 2016 at 11:38 pm Very happy to read this post – a wonderful blog you have here. Thank you for following my blog, I will certainly take time to visit yours as well. ?? Reply Joe Perrone Jr August 12, 2016 at 12:27 pm Can you list some specific things we can do in altering an existing home to accommodate us “seniors?” The only things I am aware of are to install grab bars in showers and higher toilets. While I’m not “there” yet, I will be an oldster before too long, and any suggestions you can offer would be greatly appreciated. Reply Build Mum a House August 13, 2016 at 4:08 pm Hi Joe you’ve got me thinking…I will put together a list and write a post tonight and get straight back to you Reply yarnspinnerr August 15, 2016 at 5:38 am Thanks for the visit and Welcome. Some times back I read about robotic limbs that help arthritics and paraplegics move. I need them for my mother. You have highlighted some great ideas here. Reply Build Mum a House August 15, 2016 at 6:42 am I had a look at a robotic ‘skeleton’ recently, have a look at my Instagram Buildmumahouse. Your question is a great idea for a post… I will do some research and write up my impression of them and find out what is available. At the demo that I witnessed I watched a young policewoman stand up and walk. A woman who had been paralysed from the waist down in an accident while on duty. I was so emotionally overwhelmed that the movie I had tried to film on my phone just didn’t get recorded! Reply Gail Kaufman August 16, 2016 at 10:03 am What a wonderful website you have. So glad I found you! Reply Build Mum a House August 16, 2016 at 10:26 am So happy that you have found me and you enjoy my blog. I think its so important this information gets out to people so that we can make our homes fit our needs and look good too. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Notify me of new posts by email. Find: About Me In 2015 I built a house for my mum...from scratch. I'm passionate about hunting out beautiful, thoughtful interior design that addresses reduced mobility issues, spans ages and is on trend. Get inspired and build a home fit for you and your family. Subscribe by Email Name Email Sign Up Click and Follow Me Click here and follow me Follow Instagram Slider I’m Featured on Lionshome Latest Posts The right LED can change your life! August 14, 2016 Colour is better than Prozac: Jane Cumberbatch’s Pure Colour book REVIEW August 6, 2016 Seeing clearly now: 5 steps to a brighter, lighter home with Catherine Woram July 31, 2016 It’s never too late to learn something new! Carter’s Steam Fair July 17, 2016 5 tips to Upsize your Downsized home with Marianne Shillingford July 13, 2016 Recent Comments Build Mum a House on Home Gail Kaufman on Home Build Mum a House on Home yarnspinnerr on Home Build Mum a House on Seeing clearly now: 5 steps to a brighter, lighter home with Catherine Woram Archives August 2016 July 2016 May 2016 April 2016 March 2016 February 2016 January 2016 December 2015 November 2015 July 2014 Categories Bathroom Bedroom Caring for the Carer DIY Downsizing Featured Kitchen Lifestyle Living Room Mobility Aids Outdoor Shower Recipes Uncategorized Universal Design Social Instagram Slider Find us on Facebook Build Mum a House The right LED can change your life! Do you find that you can’t see as well at home in the evening? Do you need to ask… Colour is better than Prozac: Jane Cumberbatch’s Pure Colour book REVIEW Woo Hoo! I re Tweeted @designrandb competition Tweet and won Jane Cumberbatch’s Pure Colour book. Yippee! 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