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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.

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