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Lori

Don’t have levels in your bathroom. It can be dangerous.

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danicac

Patty Cameron Matthews, the word "considered", as an adjective, means "having been thought about carefully". :)

   
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pas1111

#6 is also a good example of attractive accessible design from what I can see.

   

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