Through Universal Design, Linda Hunt can help clients who want to stay in their homes for more years and help those who want to downsize to a new home custom designed to meet their needs and lifestyles with grace and beauty.

  • Want to stay in your home? Let Linda Hunt make the design changes to help you live beautifully, safely, comfortably and healthy in your own home. She is certified in Universal Design and Aging-in Place.
  • Or are you ready to downsize to a new home that comes with all the features in place for your wants and needs? Linda will help locate and design a home with all the universal design/fully accessible features to suit your needs and then help you design and downsize your home’s decor and living spaces

In keeping with my goal to give you a safe and liveable home with style and pizzaz, I would like to acquaint you with Invisia.
Invisia’s bath collection is a luxurious grouping of safety products for the bathroom that let you live beautifully under the guise of great design- no institutional looks when you work with me! They¬†transform your bathroom into a beautiful and relaxing sanctuary. Invisia products deliver a premium and beautiful support accessory you can always trust.
Here is a summary of their offerings that I can get for your home.

Call me today at 804-746-0255 or email me at and let’s get started.

The curve of this towel holder is also a grab bar

What a great way- tissue holder and grab bar in one.

We all need that corner shelf in the shower for shampoo. This one is also a grab bar.

This is perfect when placed over your tub and shower fixtures for assistance. Looks great too.

The sleek curves of this soap dish disguise its function as a grab bar.

What a nice fold up shower seat!

A Client’s Story

Mr. and Mrs. N. came to me for help deciding whether to stay in their home and have the work done to accommodate their needs or move to a 55+ community.

Their story: the husband is disabled- bad knees and back and they live in a 3 story home with steps at the entrances and more steps between the floors. Health issues limited the amount of yard work and home maintenance they could do themselves.

To stay in their home, here is some of what I recommended:

  1. Widen all interior and exterior doorways on the main living floor to 36 inches to accommodate wheelchairs and walkers.
  2. in master bathroom install a curbless shower and a comfort height commode.
  3. Outside, add a ramp to the inner edge of the front porch of the house for access

To move to a downsized place, here are some of the recommendations:

  1. Do a thorough paring down of your belongings
  2. Get your home ready for sale and hire a reputable real estate company.
  3. Work with me to find a new home that is safe and stylish, incorporating universal design features and come with yard maintenance included. A one level home is the best.