Here’s a well-thought-out accessible ¾ bathroom design for a rectangular footprint area. The floor plan features an extra-wide swing door in the center of one of the longer walls. On one side of the layout sits a toilet with grab bars and extra adjacent space for wheelchair transfers. On the other side, a spacious roll-in shower stall features a convenient hand-held shower fixture for bathing flexibility, a lower foot-wash faucet, grab bar, and moveable bench. The accessible sink allows a wheelchair to roll under, and the vanity mirror is mounted for seated or standing users. For low vision users, the matte black color of the fixtures provides contrast and makes them easier to locate. A neutral color palette, plants, and variety of tile shapes and sizes provides visual interest and keep the room from looking sterile. Notice that the floor is kept clear of rugs or mats, so that the room works well for walker or wheelchair users.