Tour the jack and jill bathroom of the 2010 Louisiana Idea House with designers Grace Kaynor and Vesta Fort.
[MUSIC] In the Jack and Jill bathroom we wanted it to not be either too girly or too masculine so we went with a basic black and white pattern. We needed something just to punch the room up a bit, so for that we chose a green, it's actually called John Deere green, paint. Because the kid's bathroom is a kid's bathroom, it doesn't have to be super expensive. We decided to take the black and white hex tiles that we placed on the floor and do a, mural of them on the wall in the shower, and we kept the rest clean with a subway tile. Another and, modern element that we added in the room are two hanging fixtures made out of Tyvek. We love those light fixtures. They are eco friendly and inexpensive, but we really thought that they they're kind of openness and their flower petal look really kind of made those rooms. What we chose for the window treatment was a top down, bottom up shade. I like to use that in a lot of my work because it lets the light in but still gives a person privacy. [MUSIC]