The bold, graphic wallpaper already part of this kid's bathroom got the thumbs-up from both homeowners and designers. To make the room more functional, the light fixture was updated and storage added underneath the sink.
This fresh and fruity palette of green and orange is the perfect color combination for a small and narrow bathroom. The colors ensure that the room is not washed out or too bright. With a pedestal vanity, an alternate storage solution is essential if you want the kids to keep the bathroom squeaky clean.
In this kids' bathroom, a skylight lets in plenty of natural light to brighten the space, while bold navy and green accent the space. The vanities are split here, making the space both functional and practical, allowing each child to have his own sink in the space, and wooden stools help the boys reach their sinks. Built-in shelves provide storage in the space, while an alligator shower curtain and zebra striped rug add personality and fun.
Seafoam green pairs with black, white and gold accents to create this fab tween girl's bathroom. Inspired by Kate Spade, the bathroom features a stylish black and white vanity with a smooth, white countertop and golden faucet. Seafoam green penny tiles cover the entire wall behind the vanity and carry over to the striped design of the shower.
Lead architect Patrick Ahearn designed the kids’ bathroom across the hallway from the kids’ bedroom for privacy and convenience. Cheerful décor continues throughout the bathroom through duplicated patterns and colors.
When used together, blue and lime green create a look that is fresh and inspiring. Because the blue-green tone is less intense than the electrifying citrus color of lime green, it's best to use blue as the dominant tone and lime as an accent.