Designing a kids’ friendly bathroom is just as hard as designing an adult’s bathroom. Creating a space with so much fun and creativity to make it look appealing for kids but at the same time has to be functional for the family members to take a bath, toothbrushing, hair styling, and many more.
Whether it is adding pattern, using a lot of playful colors, or making a particular accent, you can remodel the room with your affordable budget once you take a look at these kids’ bathroom ideas. You might find yourself immersed in this array of bathroom design ranging from colorful, fun, to whimsical one. Let’s get through the bottom of the list and get inspired!
Clean layout and all-white design can be fascinating for young children too. But it is still important to play with textures, as it is seen on the shiplap accent wall behind the vanity mirror. Don’t leave fun aspects by adding colors and patterns – such as the peeking blue curtain reflected on the mirror – to the bathroom to bring out the playful side.
A narrow bathroom is the tricky one to be designed since you don’t have much space to begin with. However, it shouldn’t stop you from flouring all your ideas to create a stylish bathroom for the kids. Take a look at the bathroom above, which has a strong statement through its teal tiles as the accent wall.
Colors are something you shouldn’t leave while designing a bathroom for kids. Aim for a colorful look for your kids’ bathroom by sliding in a lot of colors on the wall tiles. You may try irregular patterns, as seen in the picture above, for more fun and playful look. This design works best for an all-white bathroom, so it is better not to add ornaments or patterns on the furniture.
If the bathroom is being used altogether with adults in the house, you shouldn’t go all neon to make it lively for your kids. Put the stuff they might like to the bathroom to make them happy upon entering it. These cute-shaped rugs are a good example. They also liven up the navy bathroom with their vibrant orange and red.
Children are easy to be captivated by vibrant colors, especially when they are still under 5 years old. This fascinating design seems to be the most perfect space to give your children toilet training. As if the colorful tiles are not enough, the shower curtain is not less fun as well. It stands out on its own, thanks to the underwater theme that kids would surely love.
The minimalist bathroom is livened up by the pastel-colored checkered tiles on the floor, but this too simple design wouldn’t be engaging to your children. Decorate the space with some of their favorite toys and change the shower curtain into their favorite ones. Bathing time could be more enjoyable while studying some dinosaur names.
The combination of white and gray seems to be best to create an elegant and minimalist look, especially with the classic subway tiles as the accent wall. Add a dynamic aspect to engage your children by adding vibrant orange colors to the white surface.
This adorable bathroom couldn’t be more refreshing. The addition of the green vanity cabinet sets the mood right, blending so well on the clean white wall and detailed flooring pattern. Bright cabinets can be a good idea to create a timeless kids’ bathroom so that it wouldn’t need a massive remodeling when they grow up.
A stylish bathroom for children doesn’t have to have all colors. Even this classic combination of white and woods could make one. The dark herringbone floor tiles accentuated the bathroom, serving as a perfect ground for the wooden cabinet. If the upper wall needs some touch of color, consider having golden frames for floating storages and the mirror.
Accent wall plays a big part in highlighting a particular corner in the bathroom. The light-colored twin wooden vanity cabinets are undoubtedly stylish, but give some colors and use it as the accent wall. The pastel hexagon tiles attached behind the vanity mirror is a good example. It breathes life to the vanity corner, as well as making the black sconces more noticeable.
Refreshment could come in the real from. Consider inserting some indoor plants into your children’s bathroom. In a design that is dominated by black and white, green surely give life to the room. If your space is narrow, have one hanging on the shower tub and place another on the floor. The kids would love to play with it while bathing.
Wall décor is an important aspect of designing a bathroom for kids when you don’t want too many vibrant colors to appear in it. The yellow painting mounted on the wall looks noticeable and filling the empty white wall behind it. Another stylish aspect worth to notice is the nautical style sconces.
Maintain a clean and simple look for your bathroom with a white wall, white tiles, and white ceiling. Not only for young children, but the all-white design might also look boring for you too. Balance the minimalist look by applying colors to your bathroom floor. The blue mosaic pattern will fascinate your kids, as well as creating a relaxing vibe in the bathroom.
The nautical theme is suitable for all ages. Remodel your old all-white farmhouse bathroom by adding several nautical elements in it, such as the wall décor and silver-framed rounded mirror above the vanity cabinet. Play with colors through the bath mat and decorative squid wall art. This design wouldn’t be overwhelming for a narrow space.
Give your little princess a treat by decorating a feminine bathroom just for her. This pink bathroom is defined by the pastel pink vanity cabinet and supported by the black and white polka dot tiles. The touch of brass adds a low-key luxury to the design. The good news is, this pinky bathroom is not too childish, which means engaging to adults as well.
A monochromatic look can also be applied to a kid-friendly bathroom. While the pink sconces add colors to the all-white walls, don’t neglect the roles of the patterned flooring. The tiles comprise of three different basic colors – white, black, and gray – which are arranged in different shapes and patterns. This is an interesting aspect of the design, balancing the bland upper side of the room.
When in doubt, add patterns. It is the fastest and safest shortcut to save your design from dullness. The combination of herringbone tiles for the lower side of the bathroom is balanced with the black and white polka dot wallpaper that takes up the upper half of the wall. Note that the white subway tiles flooring is livened up by the fluffy pink rug on it.
The accent wall should appear in contrast to the dominating color, so it will naturally stand out. For the white tiles and cabinets, as seen above, you have an unlimited color spectrum to be chosen as the accent wall. The glossy red subway tiles will never fail to brighten up the mood, as well as the multi-colored towels on the open shelves of the vanity.
Set the shower room aside by giving it a different color. The gray shower wall tiles and flooring make up the simply stylish white and gray bathroom. Play with multiple patterns to maintain the minimalist look but not boring at the same time.
While some people have to struggle with narrow space, some are lucky enough to have a spacious bathroom. Insert the twin rounded tub in one bathroom for a fun bathing session with your kids.
Let the siblings have fun while brushing their teeth and washing their faces with this twin vanity cabinet. It is purposely designed in an identical look, from the blue stools, antique mirrors, and triple sconces. Note the choice of blue, which seems to be carefully thought, giving colors to the white-dominated design.
Speaking of kids’ bathroom, whimsical wallpaper seems to be the perfect match for them. The pastel-colored wallpaper is enriched by the quirky-looking fish that will capture their attention. Even the rounded mirror has a distinctive frame around it!