Home decor is defined by all the passion bottled up inside of you that advocates you to turn a regular 4 walled space into your newest comfort zone surrounded by the environment made by you and only you. It’s also the happiness and satisfactory joy you see in people’s eyes when you design something so suitable for them. And what’s better than making a youngster so euphoric they would be willing to bend their rules and lower their so-called “firewalls” to smile to a stranger and give them a kiss or a warm thank you hug because he/she is the reason behind their amazing new fortress that is decorated especially for them? Being the reason behind a lad’s smile is something that is definitely or should definitely be on your bucket list. If you’re all up for a selfless act, or you just like to see that innocent sparkle in the eyes of those little bundles of joy then you should totally start thinking about kids bathroom ideas because their bathroom is their own private space as under-aged delicate human beings and that would make a great starting point indeed.
40 Kids Bathroom Ideas To Initiate A Zesty Design
Getting your inspiration from the things most dearest and nearest to the kid’s heart is the key to a delightful design. You would have to include the things they are most interested in like their favourite cartoon character or their most admirable childhood activity they seem so passionate about. Check out the list below for exceptional bathroom design ideas for kids.
#1. Rainbow Remedy
Nothing is more concealing and as healing as the rainbow colors splashed at the upper part of your wall paint or used as a background color for the insides of your bathroom shelves. It’s the contrasting rainbow colors with the rest of the white colored parts of the bathroom that makes this and idea you’d want to consider if you wish to keep your child cheerful and optimistic. Don’t forget that what rainbow hues can do are sometimes more effective than an actual medicine prescription.
#2. Not Too Young To Feel This Way
Until the day we’re taught in science class all about the cardiac system in elementary school, we have always innocently believed that the heart inside our body is shaped exactly like the way we draw it and we’ve always decorated our notebooks and diaries with that beloved shape thinking it is someway somehow a real part of our bodies (especially little girls). And since we tend to use it as our signature decorative element why not use it to shape our bathroom mirror? Let the kids know they are not too young to feel so passionate about something and apply this colorful design. You can use all sorts of other shapes like the flower, butterfly, the sun etc…
#3. Need A Lift?
Perhaps one of the most hated aspects of our childhood is that we never were tall enough to reach for the stuff we wanted to grab on our own or when we used to get punished by putting our favorite toys on a high shelf that is out of our reach. We were always enslaved to our superiors because they could see from higher positions and that’s what gave them power. Don’t let your children feel inferior and needy, set up a foot stool that works perfectly for their height let them reach cloud 9 as they taste a sense of independence.
#4. Mosiac Blues
If blue is your kid’s favorite color, then why not include it in the colors of his personal bathroom? With mosaic tiles for the bathtub section, you can use all shades of blue ranging from baby blue to the teal shade reaching navy blue.
#5. Double Trouble
If you are one of those parents who are blessed and cursed for having two little rascals instead of one then you are going to be a big fan of this idea. Obviously, you weren’t expecting one baby let alone TWO! Don’t panic! You’ve got everything under control. You can always employ one of the bathrooms at your humble apartment to be the kid’s shared bathroom. We all know that sharing precious possessions is really hated by youngsters, but what if you can distract them from that by making the bathroom look so cool and fun with uni-sex hues like earthy teal and bubbly orange. They work for both genders and reflect a playful look when put together.
#6. Just Keep Swiming
If your kid wanders around the house wiggling his alleged tail while chanting the famous Dory catch-phrase “Just Keep Swiming” from the original Disney Pixar Finding Nemo Movie, then this is a sign from god that salvages you from going through the excruciating kid’s bathroom idea catalogs. You should make it Finding Nemo themed! Think about your kid’s favorite tv show or movie for priceless inspiration and if it turns out better that you expected it then you use the same theme to complement it with the bedroom!
#7. The Tree
Trees are symbols of several things. There’s the “Family Tree” that connects you to your great great great…. ancestors, the “Save The Trees” campaign that prevents people from causing the extinction of the green color of nature, the home and shelter to numerous creatures, and the source of every kind of wood and paper vital for our survival. Such an important asset to the world is worthy of being showcased as the star or your newest kids bathroom concept.
#8. Baby Blues
This would make an excellent idea for a baby boy blue bathroom. It has the masculine color sprawling almost every inch of the room. Moreover, everybody knows that the blue color is rather calming and relaxing than stress causing. Add a cute basket touch to act as clutter holders for a more creative style.
#9. Princess & The Frog?
After we heard the fairy tale of the young princess who turned the frog into a charming prince by one sensible kiss, every girl dreams of being a princess with that luck and every boy wants to be the mysterious “It Boy” under all those scales and layers of skin.
#10. Swallowed In The Sea
Do your children show any kind of passion to the unspoken secrets of the deep ocean? Do they always make a big deal out of going back home from your day at the beach? Make their shower time more appealing by recreating the environments that they love!
#11. No Themes Attached
Set yourself free from the endless search for the perfect kid’s bathroom idea and apply a “no strings attached” theme where you get to have a bathroom that looks both suitable for guests yet still flaunts a hint of whimsy!
#12. Going Green
If you’re confused about the color selection of the shower tiles, have you thought about going green? Green as in nature’s earth green hues. The ones that include sky blue, soil brown, and field green!
#13. Art Attack
If your kids have had that inner artist personality inside of him ever since an early age then converting their bathroom to their own art studio with chalk doodle on walls and crayon props and everything!
#14. A Flower’s Effect
This might seem hard to believe but, a flower with a smiley face hanging out on the side of your sink and staring at you while you brush your teeth right before you go to school can be a motivating push to your little girl. After all, flowers are the best gift for every single occasion!
#15. Judge A Bathroom By Its Entrance
We are always taught to not judge a book by its cover, however, it seems practically impossible to overlook the outer appearance and ignore the first impression of something. You’re either too interested you’re madly in love with it or it simply doesn’t click. There’s no in between! Spice up the entrance of your child’s bathroom and make it appeal so irresistible for anyone to not come inside.
#16. Born An Architect?
If your boy keeps demanding blocks and puzzles then they might have a good chance of turning out as architects. Equip their bathtub with an architecture-themed curtain to encourage them and show them you support their choices.
#17. Play Zone
Who said showers can’t be fun? Set up a play zone with all the puzzles and colorful alphabets you can think of for your kids to make them eager to take showers every day.
#18. Peek – A – Boo
If your child’s idea of a fun game is a teasing round of “Peekaboo” then maybe this is the bathroom style for you to choose. Make bath times more fun by including their favorite game in the schedule right there between washing their hair and rinsing the soap off your body. You can use animated curtains that have fish peeking at you like the one shown in the above example for a more realistic game.
#19. Pirates Of The Carribean
Live the deadly daily adventures of a pirate like Captain Hook from Peter Pan or like Jack Sparrow from Pirates Of The Carribean with this vibrant design.
#20. A Tropical Get Away
Get stranded on a deserted island with a bunch of baboons and enjoy your shower picturing it as a quick dip in the ocean after a nice and relaxing sun tan beside your surfboard on the sea shore.
#21. Hot Pink
What’s more girly than pink? Yep, that’s right HOT PINK!! This idea would be perfect for your little glamor princess.
#22. Preparatory Plants
There’s always the breath before the kiss, the fear before the pain and therefore there should be preparatory plants you motivate you with a sample of a living breathing thing and give you hope. Nevertheless, plants look good in every room!
#23. Hot Air Balloon
You can showcase a single shape or activity as the center of attention in your design and apply it as a theme for all the bathroom equipment you might need like towels, shampoo holders, shower curtains, towel holders and much more!
#24. In A Pickle
If you are one of those people who can’t let go of anything because each thing has a sentimental value someway somehow, then you should know that kids bathrooms look adorable in every aspect. Whether they are jammed up with infinite objects or they are wide and spacious, it doesn’t matter!
#25. Polka Dots
Are rainbow colors not enough for your whimsy style? Try and mix it with polka dots for the impression of a fresh and fruity palette.
#26. Written In The Stars
If your little one can’t stop staring at the dark starry night and looks so fascinated by the twinkling stars’ “wow” effect then you might think about using stars as a decorative repeated element in their room! The answer is simply written in the stars. Thank you, people from the alternative dimension for the indirect advice!
Children are always fascinated by the wild jungle life and tend to like watching cartoons with animals involved because they need answers to the 101 questions they have in mind but are too shy to ask about because they are afraid of looking inferior. Set up your kids on a quest to find answers in the safety of the deepest waters of their own jungle-in-a-bathtub!
#28. Let The Games Begin
Perhaps you never thought about wallpaper in a bathroom? Then imagine one with a sky blue color and ribbon belt that has the pictures of dancing teddy bears on it. It would definitely increase the sensuality and playfulness of shower time by a factor of 10 especially if your one of a kind bathroom has an open shelf cabinet filled with their favorite toys.
#29. Neon Bath
Neon hues are attractive and eye grabbing. They are strong colors that it seems impossible to ignore them if they were to appear out of nowhere. With neon hues and a ceiling window that offers the finest view of the wide sky filled with cotton clouds, you have the perfect combination for a completely relaxing bath.
#30. Winnie The Pooh
Tigger. That’s T – I – double GA- Err. That’s him, folks! He’s the funniest character on ” Winnie The Pooh” who made your kid laugh their guts off uncountable times. By that context, you owe it at least the opportunity to be the new theme as your kid’s bathroom idea.
#31. Twins? Oh, My!
Raising up one little cutie is hard enough, not to mention two who cry for food and potty practically at the same time. It’s that uncanny pathological connection they have in which they not only share rooms and thoughts, they share a bathroom as well!
#32. Pink ‘N’ Puffy
If this doesn’t make up the girliest design, then I don’t know what will. With the heart shaped pink rug and the pink nightstand and drawers right next to the pink flower patterned curtains and pink stool, all of it wouldn’t be as complete without the pink wallpaper that ties it all together.
#33. Forgot The Towel?
Forgot the towel on your bedside again? No problem! Just set up one of those towel holders next to the shower’s door so your baby won’t get cold as they walk all the way to the bedside to get their forgotten towel back .
#34. Hoot Hoot!
If you want the bathroom to look as eerie and mysterious as an owl then you can simply apply an owl themed bathroom with a shower curtain that has owls of every size and color sprawling all over it . Don’t forget to hoot like an owl for a more fun experience!
#35. Toddlers Only
Toddlers tend to appreciate it a lot when you buy those toddler sizes toilet seats. They feel special because they won’t have to sink in and fear they would drown in the seat’s water everytime they want to potty.
#36. Purple & Pistachio
Purple is the artistic color that unravels all of your inner creativity at once. And it’s known that 80% of your shower is pure deep thinking about your life choices and 20% of shampoo’s wash and rinse. Thus, using the purple color can help you think straight and choose a creative path towards your success especially when paired with visually attractive color like pistachio!
#37. Soft Enough
Don’t forget to use soft textures of towels to create a welcoming environment to your youngsters by keeping them warm and cozy after their daily delightful bath time.
#38. Alphabetically Ordered
To avoid the nonstop quarrels about Jim using Jane’s bath towel, you can sort it out by knitting their names of the towels or their favorite shape so they won’t get mixed up. You can try organizing their stuff in alphabetical order as well!
#39. Beep Beep, Coming Through
Always make room for your boys’ foot stools so they can start to learn about independence by being trusted with brushing their teeth every night before they go to bed. And since boys seem so fond of cars and everything related to them you can use car shaped rugs, shower curtains posters, towels and more!
#4o. Bright Delight
Go with bright colors that brighten up your kid’s day. Yet don’t forget to get colorful with the little things because it’s all about the colors and patterns that make up the great design from a kid’s point of view.
As you can see you can either stick to a themed kids bathroom idea or just flaunt a themed one while still keeping the childish immature charm button flicked – ON -. It’s not easy choosing a kids bathroom design because it will sooner or later affect your little one’s performance and you would love it to be a positive rather than negative effect.