Simple Freedom Design works with homeowners and builders to address design challenges by creating completely functional automated home furnishings. These challenges can best be described as Accessible Living, Aging in Place Design and Aging in Place Remodeling.
Most people consider accessible living to mean accommodation for physical or mental challenges. The reality is, an accessible home is becoming more of a need for all lifestyles. Practical home modifications create solutions that address the needs of multi generational families through good planning, cabinet organization and storage accessories.
As home prices climb, the first-time home buyer is seeing affordable options in smaller square footage designs. This challenge leads to the need to maximize every aspect of the living space, without impacting your desire for comfort, enjoyment and fashion. This is where automated home furnishings will help to increase your enjoyable living space without sacrificing safety and style. Our expert consultants will show you style options to choose from, be it retrofit or new, to ensure you have the storage design you’ve always dreamed of!
A wheelchair bound homeowner has daily struggles with inaccessible spaces, especially if they live alone. A safe, functional and accessible living space greatly enhances their capabilities and quality of life.
Multi Generational families must accommodate the combined needs of children, adults, seniors and any combination of these generations. Mobility, height and physical capabilities pose varied challenges for each of these generations. automated home furnishings can solve many of these challenges by providing an environment which adapts to the needs of everyone by modifying the accessible living space on demand.
According to a report by UAMS Health on March 8, 2019, “we can begin shrinking as early as our 30s, according to some research. Men can gradually lose an inch between the ages of 30 to 70, and women can lose about two inches. After the age of 80, it’s possible for both men and women to lose another inch.” Those cupboard shelves that needed a step stool to reach may eventually need a ladder.
Automating your cupboard space, allowing your cupboards to come to you, will add safety and convenience to your home.