Designers faced a challenge with the kids' bathroom. The space had to be bright and fun, but it couldn't be too girly or too boy-ish, so they settled on a brightly colored shower curtain in a neutral bathroom. The bold blue, green and yellow circles appealed to brother's and sister's design style, and when combined with fun wainscoting, created a space that both kids loved.
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.
In the upstairs bathroom, designers made a nod to the homeowners' son's love of music with the retro photograph of a cassette tape. They added even more personality to the space with modern fixtures and modular storage, creating the ultimate, eclectic bathroom space.
In the boys' bathroom, lots of unique features remain that nod to the home's previous heritage. The transom windows and lack of doors allow natural light to flow freely throughout the space, while the shiplap walls and trough sink pay homage to the schoolhouse aspect of the home.
The kiddos will love the wood-inspired wall treatment in this bathroom. Thanks to its shades of gray and white, the feature easily complements the chrome faucet and fixtures while adding subtle visual interest to the space.
A kid-friendly bathtub is easy to step into and has an easy to open and close glass door. A low vanity and child-level mirror hangs in different part of bathroom, which is separated from shower by a tile wall.
The fun decor and bright color scheme in this children’s bathroom is playful enough for a child to relate to, and chic enough for a grownup to love. Vintage swimsuits add a touch of whimsy while the large sink basin provides a lot of practicality.
The upstairs bathroom, designers anchored the small space in a neutral color palette that reflects the light from the window, making the space feel larger. A marble sink supported by chrome legs adds a bit of elegance to the space, while the dark gray tile floor and the white subway tile backsplash give the room the added durability it needs to serve as a kids' bathroom.
Stylish, separate showers and a long, trough sink add function to the boys' bathroom. These features allow the large family to get ready at the same time without sacrificing a certain level of privacy for the brothers.
This bathroom is an example of style that's appealing to both adults and children. The space is not overtly kid-themed, but is still cool enough for the young ones. It's located in the HGTV Dream Home 2014, a vacation getaway located in Truckee, Calif., minutes away from Lake Tahoe.