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.
Funky robot wallpaper sets the tone for a whimsical Tribeca nursery bathroom, while the streamlined pedestal sink and toilet bring contemporary style to the room. A sleek-lined mirror is functional and also helps to expand the space visually.
The desk area in this boy's room creates the perfect blend between an adult and adolescent space. A black, professional desk and modular shelving bring a grown-up hint to the space, while the bright orange chair and figurine displays keeps the space appropriately childish, creating a design that can grow with its occupant.
This kid's bathroom also functions as the home's main bathroom, so the design needed to be playful but also tasteful. Gold fixtures and olive green floor tiles add just the right amount of sophistication. Inexpensive subway tiles, Ikea vanities and Kohler fittings kept the project budget friendly.
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.
Inspired by art depicting a yellow diving board set above blue pool water, designer Gregg De Meza created a whimsical bathroom for the young boy at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Street artist Jeremy Novy created the bright yellow no diving symbol, while a floating blue vanity and pooling mosaic tile on the floor invoke a sense of pool water.
A granite countertop and double vanity anchor the spacious kids bathroom from HGTV Dream Home 2014. Industrial touches, like the galvanized steel storage totes, are accented with matching metal wall lamps and a white mirror bordered in red.
Update bland bathroom walls with a vibrant message. Just one piece of colorful artwork with a message does the trick for an instant bathroom update in this metro Atlanta home. Robin LaMonte, owner of Rooms Revamped Interior Design matched an eye-catching piece of children’s wall art, found at a home decor discount store, with brightly colored hand towels in her clients’ bathroom.
The dressing area, within close proximity to the kid’s bedroom at HGTV Green Home 2010, includes a mobile storage shelf and a vanity mirror. The window, flanked by two bulkhead lights, provides a picturesque view of the east lawn.