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How to Create a Stylish Kids’ Bathroom

If you have little ones at home, the day will come when the bath accessories start piling up. Tub toys, step stools, and even potty training supplies may be visible in your space. There’s no harm in letting the kid-friendly vibe ring true. But what if your kids’ bathroom also doubles as a guest bath? Or suppose you’re a design lover looking to keep things tidy and uncluttered? Today we’re sharing a few simple ingredients for a child-friendly bathroom that is welcoming to people of all ages. Ready for a beachy theme? Keep reading for details.

Timeless Wall Art

One way to create a space for kids and grown-ups alike is to choose quality artwork. A fun idea: create a breezy, vacation feel! Photography by Gray Malin instantly carries you away to a picture-perfect summer moment! Below we see :

Even if the art isn’t created specifically for children, bright hues will capture their attention. Candy colors take center stage in , also by Gray Malin:

If you’re on a tight budget, check sites such as for affordable, stylish artwork. and channel a similar vibe to the gorgeous featured photos above.

Cheerful Textiles

Since we’re talking about beachy motifs, what would a bathroom upgrade be without a fresh set of towels, maybe a cabana stripe pattern?! Pottery Barn Kids makes it easy and fun with their  (available in a variety of colors). You can’t go wrong with a soothing shade of aqua:

Tommy Hilfiger’s  (created for Macy’s) is another fun choice. Match the stripes and solids to the vivid colors in your bathroom artwork, and you’re set!

On a similar note, Zara Home offers these  in three sizes. Eye-catching and bright:

H&M Home’s  bring fringe to your interior, along with a welcome dose of turquoise. Note that these towels are also available in Light Pink, as well as Cream/Charcoal Gray:

Don’t forget the shower curtain! Since we’re on the topic of turquoise and tasseled, check out from Target. Watch as the gradient goes from white to a deep blue/green. It’s like staring into the ocean:

Last but not least, from Pottery Barn Kids is playful and fun (also currently available in navy). Bright colors add a splash of vibrancy without taking over the space:

Kid Stuff

Even with a conscious effort to keep the your powder room friendly for all ages, you’ve got to have some kid gear. After all, safety and accessibility come first! Keep reading for some essential picks that will bring both style and function to your child-friendly powder room. Step stools are essential for little ones as they learn to wash their hands. Target’s  gets the job done in a crisp shade of white:

The  makes bath time safer by adding a cushy touch to an otherwise hard surface. This spout cover is available in gray, white and aqua, shown below:

Prevent bathtub slippage with a handy mat, such as the . Grooves create the texture necessary to keep slips and falls at bay. The best part: the item is strategically designed so it can hang to dry with the help of your shower head!

Also from Puj: the , perfect for stashing toothbrushes, combs and other essentials for your little one. You’ll love choosing from radiant hues such as Tangerine, Lilac, Azul and Citron. Modern design elevates this practical storage cup to object of interest!

And if it’s potty training time, this  is about as subtle as they come! Fingers crossed that your little one is up for a simple modification to the big seat!

Special Extras

Don’t forget those extra special touches that give life to a space. Houseplants are a wonderful option for the powder room, especially when you make sure they’re kid-safe. Not sure you’re up for the maintenance? Try faux foliage, such as :

Earthy baskets can also double as storage, creating a functional accent for your child-friendly bathroom. How fabulous is this from Crate & Kids?!

We hope today’s post has refreshed your palette and given you some practical and stylish ideas for creating a beautifully designed kids’ bathroom. Happy decorating!!!


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