Decorate the room in such a way so that the person feels safe as well as secure to reside in these beautiful surroundings.
Always Think Of Safety Before Choosing Any Furniture:
The pointed edges of countertops and tables can cause bruising and pain if not appropriately found. Round edges will provide a Feng Shui comfort in the house, and the countertop corner can also be round.
Light A Safe Path:
It is said that “eyes are the first to go,” so it is good to have many lightings to maneuver the rooms.
You can add cabinets light in your kitchen.
You can also keep table lamps and bedside lamps to be ready by.
You can also add switches to ease like a 3-way switch near the bed to turn off and on the room light.
Also, make sure to add night lights in the kitchen and bathroom for safety.
Decorate For Ultimate Maneuverability And Comfort
Senior citizens need all the comfort in furnishings, and height is one of the most important factors in choosing décor for them.
The first thing to keep in mind is that the bed should be very easy to get into, i.e. neither high nor too soft.
There should be arms in the chair so that it becomes easy for them to rise out from their sitting position.
Bathroom Can Become Dangerous If Not Adorned Properly:
Towels look beautifully folded and hung neatly on a pretty towel bar, but the towel bar can become a danger if someone uses it to grab to prevent a fall.
The grab bar is essential to place in the toilet and shower area.
Use a honed tile on the floor to provide traction from slipping.
Use taps in the sink and bath, which are temperature controlled to avoid scolding.
Accessibility Is Must:
Climbing on top of ladders and chairs is dangerous.
You must keep all the essentials in the kitchen in lower cabinets.
Make A Space To Call Your Own:
A cozy or corner sunroom can become the favorite spot to read.
Place a comfortable chair and a table to sit a lamp and snack on.