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.
When families share bathrooms, soaps and toys for the little ones often end up scattered around. Using a slip-proof suction cup to adhere to any glass or tile wall, the stretchy, wide-mouthed Bath Storage from 3 Sprouts made from the same mildew resistant material used for wet suits keeps toys and bath products dry and within easy reach.
The kids' bathroom was updated to be bright and durable without breaking the budget. The gray vanity helps to break up the white tile, and the brass fixtures add a subtle bit of warmth. The flooring was a splurge since the homeowner loved it, but the budget was balanced using simple subway tile on the walls.
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.
Say hello to yellow - Look how bright and cheerful this family bathroom a child-friendly aesthetic with a fun colorful wall. The vibrant hue of yellow anchors the vintage white subway tile in the shower.
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.