Motionspot becomes the first accessible design company to exhibit at Grand Designs Live London in 2018!.


Visit the Motionspot team on stand K82 within the Kitchens & Bathrooms Zone, ExCeL London 5-18 May 2018 and find out more about how accessible design can be universally appealing for all. 

Motionspot has been announced as the first ever accessible design company to exhibit at Grand Designs Live. Exhibiting from 5-13 May at ExCeL London, the accessible design specialist will be offering design advice, showcasing beautiful new products and revealing exclusive offers for anyone designing for a disability, or thinking of future proofing their home for themselves or a loved one.

As more and more people are shifting their focus to planning for the future, Motionspot will be highlighting how their accessible design principles and products can future proof a home and be universally appealing for all.  With a focus on beautiful accessible adaptations for the bathroom, Motionspot will demonstrate products such as clever removable grab rails and shower seats, stylish accessible showers, space saving bi-folding glass enclosures and comfort height toilets. The Motionspot team will also be on hand to offer free accessible design advice and special show offers.

‘Motionspot specialises in designing and supplying beautiful accessible bathrooms for anyone with a disability or for customers wanting to future proof their home for when they may need some additional support. Traditionally, accessible bathrooms look and feel very clinical and institutional, we provide an alternative by using universal design principles together with great quality materials and products to create stylish accessible homes.

We are delighted to be the first accessible design specialist to exhibit at Grand Designs Live and our presence at the show will demonstrate to visitors what is possible when designing homes that are aesthetically appealing and accessible to all.’ said Ed Warner – Founder and CEO of Motionspot.

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