The Evolution of Luxury And Accessibility Combined in Bathroom: ADA Toilets

Compact Gold Toilet With White Hexagon Pattern that meets ADA criteria
ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant toilets are designed for better accessibility and have a higher seat height.

The realm of bathroom design is witnessing a remarkable transformation in 2024, blending the elegance of luxury with the essential principles of accessibility and functionality. At the forefront of this evolution are the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant toilets, which are redefining the standards for comfort and accessibility in personal spaces. Royal Toiletry Global, a pioneer in luxury bathroom fittings, is leading this trend with its selection of ADA compliant toilets.

What Makes ADA Toilets Special?

ADA toilets are designed with accessibility in mind. They cater to individuals with disabilities, ensuring easy use for everyone. These toilets typically have a higher seat height (approximately 17 to 19 inches from floor to seat) compared to standard toilets, which makes sitting down and standing up easier for people with mobility issues.

Health and Wellness in Bathroom Design

A significant trend in 2024 is the emphasis on health and wellness in bathroom designs. According to NKBA survey-takers, 78% are now focusing on these elements as key drivers in their design choices​​. ADA compliant toilets, known for their ergonomic designs and ease of use, perfectly cater to this trend. They offer increased height for greater comfort, especially beneficial for individuals with mobility issues. Royal Toiletry Global’s ADA toilets, with their luxurious aesthetics, don’t just meet functional needs but also enhance the overall wellness experience.

Royal Toiletry’s ADA Compliant Toilets

Royal Toiletry Global’s ADA compliant toilets, for example the Compact Gold Toilet With White Hexagon Pattern or Royal Gold Toilet With Diamonds Pattern, blend ergonomic comfort with elegant design​​. They feature a higher seating height and user-friendly features like slow-close seats and lids. What’s more, these toilets meet the EPA WaterSense criteria, demonstrating Royal Toiletry’s commitment to environmental sustainability.