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Stylish and Safe: How to seamlessly integrate a grab bar while aging in place

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According to the CDC, the bathroom can be one of the most dangerous rooms in the house when it comes to fall risk. By adding a grab bar, the risk of falling can be reduced and falls can be prevented. With the many options available today, a grab bar can be seamlessly integrated while enhancing both your bathroom aesthetics and functionality.

Toilet Roll Holder Grab Bar  
By the Toilet
Adding a grab bar to your bathroom near the toilet can help to steady and assist you getting on and off the toilet. A great option for style and functionality is selecting a grab bar that integrates a toilet roll holder.

 
Towel Bar Grab BAr

Towel Bars
The average towel bar is not designed to support the weight of a person but in a situation where someone is falling, a towel bar may be the first thing someone tries to reach out and grab. Treating a standard towel bar as a grab bar could lead to both personal injury and a damaged wall. By combining a towel bar with a grab bar, you’ll have the assurance that bar will support your weight when properly installed, while still offering the functionality of a towel bar.

Showe Shelf Grab Bar
Shower Shelving
For a discreet grab bar inside the shower, consider adding a shelf that doubles as a grab bar. Similar to a towel rack, your average shower shelf is not designed to support very much weight, and treating one as a grab bar could lead to injury and damage. Adding a shelf that supports your weight and can hold your toiletries is a practical and understated solution.


Integrating a grab bar while enhancing the style, functionality and safety of your bathroom has never been easier to do. These 2-in-1 grab bars are available in 5 finishes to match any bathroom décor.


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