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Photo By: Roger Davies
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Kid-Friendly Bathtub Organizer
When families share bathrooms, soaps and toys for the little ones often end up scattered around. Using a slip-proof suction cup to adhere to any glass or tile wall, the stretchy, wide-mouthed Bath Storage from 3 Sprouts made from the same mildew resistant material used for wet suits keeps toys and bath products dry and within easy reach.
Kids' Bathroom with Contemporary & Industrial Touches
Contemporary penny tile combines with classic subway tile in this kids' bath with modern-industrial flair. Nautical-inspired light fixtures and a riveted mirror/medicine cabinet complete the look, while a minimal floating vanity features open wood shelving that brings warmth to the space.
Neutral, Sophisticated and Durable Upstairs Kids' Bathroom
The upstairs bathroom, designers anchored the small space in a neutral color palette that reflects the light from the window, making the space feel larger. A marble sink supported by chrome legs adds a bit of elegance to the space, while the dark gray tile floor and the white subway tile backsplash give the room the added durability it needs to serve as a kids' bathroom.
Classic white cabinets pair with black granite countertops and blue toile wallpaper for a sophisticated yet whimsical look in this kids' bathroom. A bold mirror and modern pendant lights pop against the elegant background.
A wall-mounted sink features a wood shelf underneath for added function in this playful kids' bathroom. A nautical-inspired "submarine mirror" teams with nautical sconces, bringing an industrial flair to the contemporary space. Subway tile walls mix with penny round floors to add interest and texture.
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.
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.
Littles get their own bathroom with a dressing table, sweet-as-can-be round window and mosaic tiles in a pretty blue-and-white pattern on the floor. Blue painted beadboard gives the walls depth and texture.
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.
Contemporary Kids' Bathroom With Blue Graphic Shade
For this bathroom, shared by the homeowners' two children, designers wanted the look to be both fun and sophisticated. They selected the graphic floor tiles for their sense of playfulness and intrigue, and tempered the tiles' boldness with more muted, simple finishes for the vanity and walls.
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.