The shower curtain provides a burst of blue color to the white subway tiled walls in this kids bathroom. The gray vanity and dark fixtures add color as well. Reflected in the mirror are whimsical towel hooks.
In this sleek and streamlined bathroom, color is used sparingly but strategically to mark the room as a kids’ space. The house, designed for a young family of seven, features bold architectural elements that emphasize its clean lines and modern aesthetic. In this bathroom, a white-lacquered vanity and frameless shower enclosure team with bold yellow flooring.
With sturdy tile that extends onto the wall, this children's bathroom is built for durability and function. Built-in shelves provide easy-to-reach storage. Colorful art creates a vivid focal point in the neutral space.
A wall-mounted sink features a wood shelf underneath for added function in this playful kids' bathroom. A nautical-inspired "submarine mirror" teams with nautical sconces, bringing an industrial flair to the contemporary space. Subway tile walls mix with penny round floors to add interest and texture.
Contemporary penny tile combines with classic subway tile in this kids' bath with modern-industrial flair. Nautical-inspired light fixtures and a riveted mirror/medicine cabinet complete the look, while a minimal floating vanity features open wood shelving that brings warmth to the space.
This bright and fun kids bath will withstand the passing of time as the children in the family grow older. Punches of color, distributed in a "collage" manner helped bring this bathroom to life. An orange accent wall adds a bigger pop of color that is echoed by the fringed bathmat.
A pair of petite upholstered beds makes maximum use of space in this fresh and functional kids' room. A large rug grounds the sleeping area and provides softness underfoot. An attached bath continues the room's white palette, though colored shades on the light fixtures connect to the deep navy hue of the beds. White walls and pops of color are this room's defining elements.
Garden designer Holley Jaakkola's gorgeous home in Savannah's coastal Isle of Hope community 15 minutes from downtown can often suggest a film set. This beautifully manicured, idyllic, old-fashioned 1850 home sits on a quiet country road where children in bathing suits ride bikes and the pace is calm and removed from the fracas of modern life. The home is separated from the water by that narrow road and the entire Isle of Hope community has a sleepy, lost-in-time attitude.
Stark white walls allow bright green accessories to really pop in this modern kids bathroom. A lime green faucet on the floating sink matches the green stools, while a darker shade of green is used for the bath towels.
Black and white wallpaper and colorful artwork come together in this fun and whimsical kids bedroom. The Connecticut home is filled with artful touches that speak to the owners' fun personalities. An en-suite bath is also modern and graphic.
The kids' bathroom in this California mid-century modern home mimics the style of the master bath, only with blue flooring for a playful twist. Vessel sinks add a contemporary element, while leather cabinet pulls bring a touch of the unexpected.
Interspersed orange, blue and green tile bring life to the white walls and tub in this modern kid's bathroom. A glass wall blocks the water for a shower while keeping some space open for a bath. An orange fringed bathmat provides more color accent.