1,053 Bathroom Kids Design Photos

Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
Miami Townhouse
bathroom in the third floor
bathroom ?Great
“took yum” — dayodfa
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McGraw Bagnoli Architects
1 Review
GreenSpur's One Nest Project
One way to divide up the bathroom toilet area from the rest of the bathroom without a full wall
Loft, floating door connects to bathroom door
The use of texture and materiality is interesting, however the look of this particular room looks like a bathroom. Could be altered to be more bedroomish.
above the bathroom?
“For MIL house” — kkfuhrmann
Robeson Design
13 Reviews
Robeson Design Girls Bedroom
Like the vanity/mirror way area next to the bathroom"
Sink separate from bathroom
the bathroom...Bathroom tile
“CHAIR AND CUTINS BY BED” — White Residence
Peregrine Design Build
12 Reviews
Little Girls Bedroom
Paint color ....like my bathroom....too bright
analogous hues — near one another on the color wheel. Cool colors are soothing, making them the perfect choice for a relaxing bedroom or a spa-like bathroom.
“Brenna room” — tamiishufelt
Boor Bridges Architecture
reading nook
If you don't need another bathroom, why not turn the empty area under the stairs into a fun area for kids? The coolest part is that you can get away with painting it bubblegum pink
could be the bathroom idea?
“like the hiding nook” — avitals
Brenda Olde
European Country in Colorado
Four bedrooms sit above the main entrance. Each pair of bedrooms, one pair for the two sons and one for the two daughters, is connected by a bathroom, and all the rooms on this floor have easy access to a central television room.
“L” — alge
5 Reviews
Wareemba House (carterwilliamson architects)
The upper floor is quieter and more enclosed, designed for sleeping. It houses two bedrooms, a new family bathroom and squeezes in a little deck, the creative use of potentially wasted space at the bridge between the old and new house.
“Ava's room 3” — bradyas
Morris & Woodhouse Interiors llc
14 Reviews
for even the youngest child to store his goodies. Morris and her team thought the design of this basement through carefully, and even added a small bathroom so the kids wouldn't have to constantly run up and down the stairs while playing in their new play area.
“Nice for the Play Area” — Anderesia Moreno
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