Contemporary Kids' Bathroom With Striped Shower Curtain
Little ones will love this contemporary bathroom, which features a gray accent wall, a subway tile backsplash, a striped shower curtain and seagull artwork. Mosaic tile covers the floors and makes it easy to clean up if any bubbles spill out of the tub.
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.
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.
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.
Kids' Bathroom with Modern Fixtures, Blue Tile Flooring
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.
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.
Boy's Blue Bathroom With Pooling Tile Design Inspired by Swimming Pool Artwork
David Hockney's 1978 artwork "Swimming Pool with Reflection" inspired this California-cool bathroom at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015. Watery-blue glass mosaic tile spills down the shower wall and out onto the concrete-gray tile floor, appearing to puddle. The custom back-painted glass vanity floats on the blue walls and is anchored by a chrome Kohler faucet, adding a modern sophistication to this fun space perfect for a young boy.
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.
Once all natural light has faded, the coral walls of the bathroom appear a pink shade of salmon. When using high-energy colors on walls, many designers suggest testing the paint in several areas of a space, then taking note of how those colors read at different times of the day. This is especially important when coordinating fabrics, tile or wall covering.
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