Designing now and for the future

Now specialising in designing aesthetically pleasing designs for the bathroom to assist and promote safety in the bathroom without the clinical or institutional look.

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Attention grabbing

Grab rails and colours have not altered a great deal over the last 50 years and still promote an institutional and clinical feel and look when installed in today’s modern designer bathrooms and wet rooms.

Using a range of patterns, we have brought these grab rails into a new era, allowing this practical bathroom element to work in harmony with it’s surroundings or bring boldness and colour to an otherwise clinical room.

With Inclusive Concepts you can say goodbye to that boring bathroom look. Offering an extensive range of unique designs and colours for grab rails and seats, each style adds a matching new focus and warmth to any bathroom whether in the home, a hotel or other institution. Inclusive Concept rails are manufactured in robust, powdered coated stainless Steel tube and come complete with solid aluminium fixing brackets offering convenient one hole fixing.

Grab rail

Contemporary solutions to enhance your bathroom

Using new technology, our grab rails are manufactured from stainless steel tube and the brackets are from high grade aluminium and after the design process are bleach, shower gel, and shampoo resistant and will not fade or scratch off.

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Designs for the 21st century

Product Designer, Nick Gontar, has been designing products for over 35 years for the elderly or disabled. One of many awards was the DTi smart 1 and 2 award for innovation in designing and patenting a rotating shower tray with an integral blow dryer which assisted those with limited mobility to shower and dry. Having designed and patented another 18 products which has helped assist the elderly or disabled to shower in safety in the bathroom.

He has also designed a range of products for high street retailers assisting them in being compliant when the DDA act in 1999 was implemented. Whilst working on DDA projects he awarded the Popai European gold award in Paris for designing a folding counter which enabled wheelchair user’s to gain access to facilities at the counter.

Now specialising in designing aesthetically pleasing designs for the bathroom to assist and promote safety in the bathroom without the clinical or institutional look.

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