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When Dave and Judi Cornis found that houses on the market didn’t seem Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops compatible with Dave’s wheelchair, they decided to build a home that would suit their needs. The empty-nest couple chose a scenic site in Port Townsend, Washington, a community about 40 miles northwest of Seattle that is also near two of their three adult children. Their streamlined and flexible 1,325-square-foot timber-frame home is sustainable, with a kitchen that incorporates universal design elements that make it user friendly. “I wanted to be able to use this kitchen without struggling as much as I have in the past,” Dave says. Working with interior architect and designer Tracy Ronaldson, they created a durable kitchen with natural Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops materials, well-placed appliances and simple finishes — a clean and warm space. "Photos by Dale Lang This view of the kitchen from the home’s front entry highlights the engineered bamboo floor, with a pattern that complements the timber-frame house and adds visual interest. “More important, it stands up to the wheelchair,” Dave says. Dave and Judi went with economical and easy-to-clean PaperStone perimeter counters in Pewter from a local company that offers sustainable composite surfaces. “We had granite before and just didn’t like the way we had to keep it up,” says Judi. “We wanted something that was durable, and this fit the bill.” In this photo a model demonstrates how the recessed cabinets under the sink provide Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops knee space for Dave and his wheelchair. “Dave said to me that was his favorite place in the kitchen,” Judi says. “He can just roll right up to it.”FabCabThe kitchen’s shallow double-bowl stainless sink is 6 inches deep and user friendly for someone in a wheelchair or with back issues. “It’s not so shallow that water will splash out,” Ronaldson says. The kitchen’s dishwasher drawers allow for easier loading and unloading than a traditional flip-down dishwasher. The top drawer is deeper and made for large loads, while the shallower drawer below can be used for smaller loads. A microwave drawer was installed low so Dave can easily use the appliance from his Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops chair. The electric wall oven above is large enough to roast a turkey. Judi often cooks pasta and loves having the pot filler above the cooktop. The four-burner gas cooktop has a streamlined vent hood above, with a clean look that doesn’t overpower the kitchen. This photo, taken from the back of the home, shows the expansive windows that allow views to be enjoyed from the kitchen (on the right side). “The window wall gives you that connection to the outdoors,” says Ronaldson. This floor plan shows the open and flexible design of the house — which has no Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops doorways, just pocket doors — with the kitchen in an accessible spot."