curbless/low curb shower options?
I'm putting in a small bathroom. It'll be ~8'7" long and 5'8" wide. The door will be at one narrow end and a shower at the other.
Currently it's sketched in as a 36" vanity by the door, then potty, and the 34" wide shower across the rear. The standard basic configuration for this type of space I think.
This will be used mainly my older guests so we'd planned on curbless with nice grab bars all over to make it more accessible (although we don't have space to go truly ADA compliant).
I think I'd like a cast iron shower base instead of tile which I think makes curbless impossible. Can a cast iron base be slightly sunken for a sort of curbless-ish installation? Would that be weird? Are there other options we should be looking at?
Tile for the shower walls main floor in the room are fine, but I think we should avoid using it on the shower base for easier cleaning.
Any suggestions on how to achieve a more accessible-than-standard shower with a cast iron base? Thanks!