20,456 clean baby Bath Design Photos

Tara Seawright
Bathroom
Ideabooks14,570
Questions15
Love all beadboard. Do you think it will be hard to clean? Stuck between all beadbd or all tile.
my bathroom is small, so by painting everything white does this make the room look bigger?hard to keep clean
small bathroom but looks good with at white, very clean
moisture-loving mildew from growing in the tub and bath-toy bin by drying toys immediately after bath time. Once a week, clean each toy with a child-friendly cleaner like Dapple Baby's surface cleaner, which is free of parabens, phthalates, dioxane and dyes. Trim your shower curtain so it doesn't sweep
Try this easy summer cleaning routine. Of course every once in a while it's a good idea to do a deeper cleaning, but who wants to deal with that in the summer heat? By sticking with this routine, your bath can stay fresh
“Ormaric u zidu” — jelenica
Janet Paik
A Sacred Space to Bathe by siol
Ideabooks16,782
Questions11
Definitely baby tears, they're also available in different shades so imagine how creative you can be!
Living wall with Baby Tears, needs to be kept moist with sunlight, not hard to maintain
This stunning living wall owes much of its fluid and textural form to baby tears, which is quite simple to maintain in an installation of this kind, as long as it's kept moist and gets some natural light. A haircut now and
“Living wall in the bathroom.” — shahzia
Eclectic Powder Room
Ideabooks4,500
Questions6
Baby pictures of all family members
industrial wire basket serves as a place to store an ever-growing collection of magazines. Simple hexagonal tiles from the original home were kept for a clean look. More ideas: Couples Therapy: Design a Bedroom You Both Will Love Houzz Tour: Beauty and Balance on the California Coast Designing for Couples:
“Modern yet simple mag holder” — helimedic
Hone+Associates
Farmhouse in Tewksbury
Ideabooks1,712
Questions3
DREAMING BUT LOVE IT SO CLEAN
Love how clean and peaceful this looks
A little too sterile, but I do like how clean and light this bathroom is.
White modern clean bright
white baby!...clean lines/white...White lines. Clean...Clean lines...Clean, light, open...So clean !...clean & white
“Top of tub” — nanalin5
Upscale Construction
1 Review
Jackson Street
Ideabooks9,162
Questions9
like the baby pictures on the wall
black and white photo of babies
Love the collage of baby pictures on wall
Clean & simple, mixed styles
Clean lines
“Bad” — juliemceliece
C O N T E N T Architecture
Southampton
Ideabooks12,756
Questions16
The tile is from La Nova Tile in Houston. It is their Bayou City Baby Blue Mini, 3/8" square and comes in 1sf sheets.
tile, Houston . Bayou city, baby blue mini 3/8 tile
again - nice, clean and simple
Clean lines/ crisp look
clean lines
“Clean lines/ crisp look” — shellyfam
Dick Clark + Associates
3 Reviews
contemporary bathroom ideas
Ideabooks20,810
Questions12
http://www.lumens.com/Bath-Art-5044-Tube-Bath-Bar-by-George-Kovacs/PAAAAAHFHGIOONAI/product Looks like they're in the brushed nickel finish. A very nice, clean look. -Nissa
Cabinet hung so floor can be clean
10. Bathroom necessitiesBathing baby would be much easier if you had four arms instead of two. Keeping everything you need within arm’s reach is the next best thing, whether you’re bathing
toiletries and houses colorful towels which also function as decor accents. Polka-dotted bath rugs complete the look for a bath that primed for good clean fun. More: From Tots to Teens: Great Spaces for Boys More great ideas for kids' spaces
8. Make things easy to find and put away.You might want to eliminate doors and drawers entirely to make it easy for children to find things and clean up after themselves. Baskets can work to hide items so that no folding is required.
“why not tile all the way up?” — aimeesvenneby
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
East Village Studio
Ideabooks47,573
Questions39
Love the back wall of the shower, do you have any problems keeping the grout clean?
door in this beautiful bathroom, the plumbing hardware is a fantastic example of soft, baby-friendly curves that appear sophisticated. Hardware with softer lines is useful for people of all ages, actually. Sometimes baby-safe design just means human-centered design.More: How to childproof your yard and kitchen
some breathing space. Choose handleless furniture and clean-lined accessories, and incorporate as much storage as possible to keep things clutter-free. Floating fittings visually max the space, as more of the floor can be seen, and make cleaning a breeze.
“Bathroom” — Angela Karvounis Vlahos
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