A bathroom for the kids doesn't have to be childish, filled with rubber duckies and frogs.

A bathroom for the kids doesn't have to be childish, filled with rubber duckies and frogs. Creating a space that is fun for when they are little, then cool for when they are older is essential. By using bright, gender neutral tiles in stripes, Emma created a space which feels fun without feeling childish. Playful elements which are easy to switch out (shower curtain, towels, accessories) can be used to taylor the space to suit the children's ages. The built in shower cubbies are great for storing all their products and toys. A single piece sink is easy to keep clean. The 4-drawer stock cabinetry vanity provides lots of storage for extra supplies.

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