2,699 family bathroom Kids Design Photos

Patricia Halpin Interiors Inc
2 Reviews
Riverdale Home in Toronto
Ideabooks8,850
Questions17
A cozy window seat provides a quiet place for this teenage girl to snuggle with her best friend Harley (the family dog!) Photography by: Philip Castleton
This was the clients own piece. I have recently seen similar versions of "Family Rules" at Winners and Homesense. Thanks!
Thanks .....you're right.....it was another piece in the room that was custom....The Family Rules piece was sourced by our clients daughter!
I like the family rules art
“Frankie's room with window seat.” — carolhampson
Melanie Coddington
3 Reviews
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks1,783
Questions4
The daughter chose purple and pink for her bathroom colors. "She already has a passion for shoes," Coddington says, "so we indulged it by designing the shower curtain with a fun fabric by Zoffany/Harlequin and a tassel trim." To ensure that the room will grow with her, Coddington used Carrara marble
“pink” — Aloka Amarakone
Patricia Alvarez
Baby Nautical Room
Ideabooks1,138
Questions2
The beach inspired painted lower cabinets make this small bathroom a fun place.
Nice children bathroom
cool bathroom cabinet idea
mario likes red in bathroom
ship bathroom...bathroom kids...kids bathroom...Bathroom cabinets...Fun bathroom...this bathroom...Children's bathroom...Diegos bathroom
“Cupboards” — nancy144
Eclectic Kids
Ideabooks1,380
Questions4
animal in the bathroom? Interesting. Cool mirror
4. Single-lever faucet. Single-lever faucets are very easy to use and are a great option for all styles of bathrooms. They come in a variety of designs from traditional to contemporary. Single-lever faucets are a popular option because of their simple design and the multitude of colors and styles available
“Fun knobs” — sabsam
Harman Wilde
Family Retreat
Ideabooks30,527
Questions13
2 wks ago Master Bathroom Pic
there was a MB picture with 2 or 3 mirrors and sconces and 3 towel RINGS to the side (or under sconces i would love to do that in my new (but unfinished) bathroom as have similar set up. I CANNOT find the picture. it was a darkish bathroom I have little room for
the plans. We need to remodel our basement and make a huge guest room for our over-seas family who'll come to visit us for the whole summer here in Canada. They'll need some privacy and I think that this kind of family retreat would be perfect for our guests. 10000 Thanks in advance. Very best regards
share one guest bedroom in comfort. This leaves other guest bedrooms free for the rest of the family or friends to use.
“Cute little bunks. Haha” — adz_333
LDa Architecture & Interiors
7 Reviews
Row House Interiors Play Area/Guest Room
Ideabooks7,763
Questions11
Do you like your decision to have the doors swing into the room vs. the bathroom? Regrets? We are deciding this for our new home and can't make up our minds.
I believe you should always have bedroom and bathroom doors swing into the room, and outside doors should always open inward. The exception, as katydidit mentioned, is to use pocket doors. I personally don't like pocket doors for bedrooms or bathrooms because they don't feel private; they are hard
hard to lock securely. I do have a pocket door between my master BR and it's adjacent bathroom, but privacy isn't a concern there and an inward-opening door was awkward. I'm okay with it, but I must say pocket doors can be problematic in their function; mine have warped just enough to scrape as they
“Daybed” — caffynell
Eric Aust Architect
9 Reviews
Peninsula Point Residence
Ideabooks16,826
Questions6
I would like to know what they did above the bathroom. This is a really good idea to save space!
I like the idea of a sleeping loft over a small bathroom in a bedroom.
room; place a makeshift, large book nook opposite of bathroom.
Love the bathroom under the bed! Great use of space
Design a teen zoneThis ultra-cool bedroom solves two needs in one for teenage girls: the loft bed gives her a sense of her own space, and the ensuite bathroom installed underneath allows her to spend as much time as she likes in front of the mirror. Brilliant!
“Pretty” — echa211
StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks55
Questions0
third child’s bedroom desperately needed for their newly expanded family. StudioLAB aimed for a fluid open-plan layout in the larger public spaces while creating smaller, tighter quarters in the rear private spaces to satisfy the family’s programmatic wishes. 3 small children’s bedrooms were carved out
kitchen and dining areas. A custom pull out drawer containing the food and water bowls was installed for the family’s two dogs to be hidden away out of site when not in use. All wall surfaces, existing and new, were limited to a bright but warm white finish to create a seamless integration in the ceiling
out of the rear lower level connected by a communal playroom and a shared kid’s bathroom. Upstairs, the master bedroom and master bathroom float above the kid’s rooms on a mezzanine accessed by a newly built staircase. Ample new storage was built underneath the staircase as an extension of the open kitchen
“Wall colour” — marieshajb
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