Creative Children's Baths
Get playful with design ideas and tips for your little one's bath.
A bright pink “S” embroidered on the white shower curtain adds a personal touch to this bath.
Help your little ones reach the sink with an integrated slide-out step.
Add a Little Whimsy
Quirky elements like a faux zebra head and stump stool give this space a fun personality.
Hang Artwork at Kid Level
Consider the primary users of the space and make sure that the artwork is hung where your kids can enjoy it.
Use Unique Elements
Choose unusual architectural elements, like this porthole window,
Use Colorful Materials
Colorful materials like green countertops and a blue checked tile floor give this children’s bath a bright and happy look.
Choose Playful Accessories
A fairy-tale-inspired mirror and cheerful accessories make this bath kid-friendly.
Hang Up the Towels
Help keep towels from ending up on the floor by including a hook for each child using the space.
Make Organizing Easy
Keep a shared bath organized by giving each kid their own bin for towels and toiletries.
Be Artistically Inspired
Include fun, brightly colored art pieces to jazz up the space. Use this color inspiration for your towels and other accessories.
Stay Flexible with Neutrals
Design a bath that your child can grow into. Add kid-friendly details and accessories to keep it playful and fun.
Unify Your Color Palette
Take a cue from your child’s bedroom when choosing a color scheme for the bath. Here, a darker version of the bedroom’s blue color unifies the adjoining spaces.
Create an Alcove for Storage
Keep towels close at hand with a built-in alcove shelf.
Choose a Signature Pattern
Tie a space together with a consistent pattern. Striped towels, a striped tile pattern, and horizontal wood panneling all play off of the striped motif in this children's suite.