Again the Maison Valentina Blog seeks to offer its readers all the contents that really matter, and there is something more important than our beloved children? As we know, children are the most precious of his parents, nothing better than to present the best of amazing inspirations of colorful bathroom decorating ideas for kids!
Maison Valentina Blog research the widest choice of kids bathroom, between the different ranges of color schemes for you to make them happy with a lot of vitality, joy and light with lots of love in every detail!
A frosted glass shower screen is a practical and playful design element – it offers privacy and is easy to clean, plus its spotted pattern echoes the round wall mirrors. Pops of sky blue and cute bathroom accessories complete the kid-friendly look.
Create an underwater wonderland on the walls. This is an easy wall treatment that brings a wave of nautical fun into a kids bathroom. Get on a ladder and draw a wave design with a pencil. Then using a fine-tip brush, paint around the edges. Fill in with a larger brush and roller, then bring in underwater creatures through coastal wall decor.
Create a beach-vacation vibe in your kids bathroom with a palette of muted blues, greens, white and tan. Save the boldest hue for the centerpiece of the room, the underside of a cool wall-mounted sink for two.
Rooms with few windows can be dark and hard to decorate – but not this one. London Basement covered the wall with a truly super woman making a splash. “You wouldn’t have trouble getting your kids into this bathroom,” the designers write.
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Use big hessian bins for towels and robes, and slimmer rattan baskets for stashing make-up, toiletries, spare toothbrushes, cotton wool and other bathroom paraphernalia. This is a great way of solving your storage problems without the heftier cost of a bespoke solution.
Another option for kids who love the beautiful blue color, in this case, combined with the white which is always trend in bathrooms.
Eclectic kids bathroom in San Francisco with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets and multi-colored walls.
A bolder and more indulgent approach if you have a preteen child at home can be a good choice. Contemporary kids bathroom in Toronto with an integrated sink, a shower/bathtub combo, black tile and multi-colored walls.
A nautical theme adorns this kids bathroom. Windows placed high in the wall, allows for plenty of light and ventilation, while offering privacy. Architectural design by Bonin Architects & Associates. Photography by William N. Fish.
Step outside the bathroom square – White or timber are standard choices for modern bathrooms, but a vanity in an out-there tone could be just what you need first thing in the morning to get into gear and take on a brand new day with gusto.
See more: 20 Decorating Ideas for Bathroom Sets
Contemporary kids bathroom in Seattle with a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, an alcove tub, a shower/bathtub combo and white tile.
Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional kids room in San Francisco with purple walls and marble floors for girls.
But before choosing color schemes for the ensuite bathroom of your children, you have to seek to know the personality of your children to understand which colors they likes and with which they most identify.
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