Exit the themed kids’ bathrooms with the dinosaurs and fish stickers and enter the personality! This collection of organizing and decorating ideas shows how you can update your child’s bathroom to make washing up fun.
A Splash Of Color
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Adding a touch of color to an otherwise all-white bathroom gives a fresh and airy feel, while avoiding the aquarium effect that painting all four walls can make. I love the idea of painting the under-sink and tub to complete the look.
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Now that’s genius! Let them organize their bathroom accessories by installing a pegboard that keeps toys and towels off the floor. Attach wire baskets, pegs, and hooks to store and organize bath toys. (It will also help them dry between bath times.) Hang towels and even keep a toothbrush from falling in the sink. Brilliant, I tell you!
Pixelated Tiled Message
The designer of this bathroom played with the tile placement to create a message. Replicate this idea in a more kid-friendly color, such as a teal or an aqua blue. With friendly reminders such as “wash behind your ears” right in front of their eyes when they shower and bath—let’s hope the message gets across!
Embracing The Vintage Vibe
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When the house has strong architectural features of a particular era, it’s always a good idea to capitalize on them. Here, a child’s bathroom keeps a vintage vibe that most likely complements the rest of the house. Drying children clothes, a vintage framed advertisement, and giant metal letters complete the look.
Pictured at the top of this post: Photographed by Julie Ansiau, this bathroom incorporates modern features, such as the tiles and built-in concrete vanity, but still manages to have a strong romantic, vintage feel to it, thanks to colorful accessories and soft tones.