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.
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.
A lime-green coat of paint wakes up this bathroom vanity and is an imaginative pairing with the colorful rug and mosaic tile backsplash. A framed Superman print continues the super hero theme of the nearby bedroom.
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.
Wallpaper featuring schools of fish suit the crisp contemporary design of this kid's bathroom swimmingly. Classic white subway tile makes up the backsplash in the shower and the poplar floor is painted white.
Fish swim freely in this kids' bathroom, making the little ones feel like they're deep sea divers. Not only does the playful print add interest to the walls, but it also creates a cool contrast with the white trim around the window and door.
Pops of bright color add whimsy to this girl's bathroom and make it feel fresh and young. The designer mixes graphic concrete floor tiles with a budget-friendly white subway tile backsplash. Custom cabinets provide ample storage. Floor tiles: Popham Design
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 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.
Form and function meet fun in this modern girl's bathroom. Bold yellow artwork pops against the stark white walls, and a series of pink hooks on the door create a fun and functional spot for hanging towels and robes.