A recent south Eugene kitchen for a client in a wheelchair–not ADA-compliant, but it does have some simple features that make working in the space a bit easier. The counters are a bit lower than usual, specified at 34 1/2″. There’s a small shelf at the back of the peninsula for extra storage. Most significantly, the elimination of the doors at the sink leave plenty of knee space and room for a trash can.
The other noteworthy feature is the use of ApplePly for the full overlay slab doors and drawer fronts. A fine look–nothing fancy–but much less expensive to fabricate than a typical frame and panel door or even laminated ApplePly.