This playful kids bathroom has a voice all its own, literally! Black-and-white mosaic tiles call out a cheerful greeting on the floor. The mirrored vanity from Restoration Hardware handles storage, with the visual bonus of making the small space look bigger.
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.
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.
This kid's bathroom (lucky little one!) was designed with youthful whimsy and imagination in mind. Plank boards were installed horizontally on the walls to make the room feel and look wider. The robin's egg blue gets jazzed up by gray-and-white striped tiles on the floor and a speckled shade.
In this sleek and streamlined bathroom, color is used sparingly but strategically to mark the room as a kids’ space. The house, designed for a young family of seven, features bold architectural elements that emphasize its clean lines and modern aesthetic. In this bathroom, a white-lacquered vanity and frameless shower enclosure team with bold yellow flooring.
Create a fun and modern bathroom full of style! In keeping with the geometric theme the designer added the round mirror and sconces and the square shower head to compliment the floor. A simple white vanity highlights the floor and shower pattern tile. With just a few small changes the bathroom feels much larger in size and is a more efficient use of the space.