Design with every body in mind
Life can change in the blink of an eye — and if it does, are the spaces where you spend your time prepared to accommodate a new set of abilities? Whether interested in aging in place, ADA accessibility, universal design, we offer design consulting to create spaces you’ll love.
We’re preparing for a better tomorrow by designing it today. We’re your partners in education, design and accessibility. Our spaces are designed so people of all ages can live, work and play without limitations.
We believe spaces are unique, just like the people who will enjoy them. Our concepts are customized for you — but designed with every body in mind.
Founder and designer Tiffany Dill is dedicated to bringing joy and happiness into the environments shared by all people. Her passion and clinical expertise give her first-hand knowledge on functional designs.
Tiffany is the founder of the Inclusive Design Alliance in St. Louis and is a member of The Universal Design Project team. The Universal Design project is a nonprofit comprised of healthcare professionals and a volunteer group of people who have experience with disabilities (personally and professionally) and see a big need for more universally and financially accessible homes and social opportunities. They leverage the functional aspects of design and collaborate with design professionals to benefit communities across America.
Tiffany understands the need for purposeful designs to live safely and independently. Whether home, work or play — she uses her unique blueprint to create thoughtful and meaningful spaces.
Universal design consulting
Blue Day 2 is your partner in design for spaces geared toward long-term functionality and accessibility. We utilize our 16+ years of clinical, healthcare and research experience and collaborate with expert tradespeople to create inclusive spaces for all.
We combine clinical experience and a penchant for thoughtful and stylish design to transform spaces into joyful places for people of all ages and abilities. By removing environmental barriers, we create spaces that optimize functionality and safety without sacrificing comfort and style.
Do I have to find a contractor if modifications are needed?No. We work with contractors and other trades and will provide you with options prior to starting on a construction project. If you already have a contractor, we can work with them to ensure your designs and goals are being met.
What are the advantages of using your service?There is not one standard tool for all or one person to master the project. We value inter-professional collaboration and provide a comprehensive, custom package specialized for your abilities in your space(s). We advocate to your specific design goals by bringing our expertise and knowledge of medical conditions, ergonomics, and overall wellness. We proactively design with evidence-based and universal design principles for your space now and in the future. We value our collaboration with architects, contractor, designers, and various trades to ensure the optimal outcome.
Do you have references?Yes! All references are available upon requests. We respect our clients’ privacy and therefore, only share references that have been granted by client permission.
What is the difference between ADA accessibility and universal designs?ADA accessibility is commonly recognized and are standards that set minimum requirements applied to government facilities and public places of accommodations, transportation, and commercial facilities. The foundation of universal designs principles is a guide used in designs to develop environments, products, and communications that can be used by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need or adaption of specialized design. This design covers a wider population and goes beyond the ADA minimum requirements. Check out the What’s the Difference blog article to learn more and our Designs Page to learn more about the differences between various design terms.
Still have questions?Set up your interview by phone today to assess your area of needs and determine if our services are a good fit for you. From here, we can help you build the package that will fit your needs to identify additional services or referrals that may benefit and help you achieve optimal function within your space(s).
Are you an interior designer?Not quite, but we work as a team with certified designers such as architects, interior, kitchen and bath designers and consult on product selection, design layouts, and more. We do offer basic design services such as helping with product selection to meet your goals if you are not working with a design team. Your design packages include access to any of these comprehensive services.
What services do you provide?Each project and each client is unique and therefore, our services are customizable to you and your needs. Learn more about the type of services we offer on our services page.
How do I get started?To get started, simply send us an email or give us a call to set up a free, 15-minute consultation or chat if you have any specific questions. Or, simply complete our contact form to start the process.