Thanks to its classic black-and-white color palette, this kids' bathroom will easily grow with the little ones. A metallic mirror reflects the natural light, making the small space seem larger, while a floating sink with two faucets gives the kiddos plenty of room to brush their teeth before bedtime.
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.
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.
The design vision for this kid's bathroom was to create a bright, fun space that would withstand the passing of time as the children in the family grew older. Punches of color helped bring this room to life.
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 top floor of this Brooklyn townhouse was opened up so all the rooms flowed into one another and created a huge floor for the kids. Tamara Eaton Design even created this fun, Jack and Jill bathroom with an orange theme on one side and green on the other.
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.
Classic materials such as a Carrara marble countertop and white subway tile backsplash mixed with industrial faucets, a glossy dark blue vanity and fun bicycle print give the this bathroom an eclectic feel that's perfect for children.