SQUEAKY CLEAN FUN HOW TO MAKE BATH TIME CHILD’S PLAY
CHILDREN’S bath time can be a tricky time of day, especially for little ones who recognise it as the signal they will soon need to go to bed for the night.
So it’s not surprising there has been a trend towards dedicated children’s bathrooms, Eamonn Lowe from Tradelink says.
“These bathrooms tend to double as a guest bathroom, letting adults adopt a more home spa style to their own bathroom,” Lowe says.
If space permits, design- ing a children’s bathroom shouldn’t be all that expensive or difficult, he says.
Layout, colour scheme, fixtures and fittings and safety are points to consider.
“The children’s bathroom should also include storage options and easy-to-clean pieces specific to their needs, such as wider areas around the bath for toys and toilets that are wall hung or streamlined for easy cleaning.”
Bathroom product specialist Raymor recently put together a children’s display bathroom with a daisy yellow and white colour scheme and a recurring circle motif to link the various elements.
Semi-spherical pendant lights, twin mirrors and cute yellow stools were added alongside a vanity.
Towel rails, toothbrush holders, soap dispensers, hooks, a glass shelf and toilet-roll holder were installed at easy-to-reach heights.
Pinterest (pinterest.com) has plenty of ideas to make your child’s bathroom a fun space.
A vibrant children’s bathroom designed by Raymor featured lots of fun designs and colours.