Any website as long as the color contrast is right.
I know why you’re asking this question — you want to get a feel for how to make your website accessible; what needs to be done or what things you might need to incorporate.
But really the only two accessibility items that majorly affect how most websites look are:
- color contrast of text and meaningful images
- slideshows or carousels (you can technically have these conform with WCAG but it’s best practice to leave them out.
(To get an idea of a few other smaller things, look at my does accessible design make a website ugly article.)
Other than that, an accessible website can look like any website:
It’s really a matter of accounting for alternatives in media, using descriptive and concise text, and programmatically accounting for accessibility.
Those things can be done on any website, no matter how it looks.