Kids’ bathroom design presents a whole new but wonderfully sweet challenge. Children can be pretty vocal about the things that they like or not, so the adults should make sure that the design choices are something that the kids would love. Here are some ways in which you can make the most of the kid’s bathroom design to make it look cute and lovely:
The Theme: The theme has a lot to do with the gender of the kid. For instance, if it is a boy’s bathroom, you could have the theme centered on cars, superheroes, cowboys, etc. If it is the bathroom being made for a young girl, then you can use the theme of dolls or princesses. If you have both the girl and the boy making use of the same room, you could keep a theme that will be appealing to both, like for example stars of the solar system. Basically make sure it is something that they are interested in.
Accessories: If you have designed the room for a boy, then you may have accessories that are similar to his interests. For instance, you could have a certain set or bathmat that has pictures of cars on them. It totally depends on what your kid likes. You can accordingly keep the toothbrush tumblers that have cartoon characters that are loved by your kids. Incorporate every element in the bathroom in such a way that it has something that can fascinate the kid. You may also have the doorknob and drawer of the bathroom decorated with cartoon faces, soccer balls, etc.
As your child gets older, you can make use of accessories and decorations that will match the interests of growing children. Making use of cartoon characters or super-heroes like Batman, Spiderman or Superman as the theme for your child’s bathroom can make him or her very happy. The interests of kids change quickly and so you can accordingly bring the same kind of changes in every one of the different accessories for the child. So in other words, you should not use permanent accessories or decorations in your child’s bathroom as you don’t want to find yourself stuck with something which, as your child grows up, he or she starts to dislike.
When kids outgrow their passion, it will not be long before the wallpaper or shower curtain may have to be replaced. But therein lies the challenge of always bringing some amount of innovation every time you redesign the room. It all about knowing your kids’ interests and incorporating some amount of planning and ‘child-like’ thinking to make the perfect design for the children.