kids' bathContemporary Bathroom, Chicago
(Photo by Erich Schrempp Photography)
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3. Color-coded towels. Nobody likes reaching for their towel on the way out of the shower only to find that it’s damp … because someone else used it. Assign a towel color to each member of the household, and you can avoid the dreaded damp-towel situation for good.
Scattered hooks. This colorful industrial-modern abode has five kids, which means hooks and bars abound in the bathroom. A line of hooks placed directly outside of the shower doors ensures that towels are always within reach. The red, purple and blue hues of the towels reflect the bright paint colors of the exposed ducts, creating a cheerful mood in an otherwise very neutral space.
Small Bursts of Big ColorsA good tip to keep in mind when selecting colors and materials for your home is to limit bold colors to things that can be changed quickly, easily and inexpensively — usually via paint and accessories. This cheery children's bathroom has a very neutral foundation: the flooring, vanity, vanity countertop and shower tile are all materials that would be expensive to change out with each new color trend, but the paint on the exposed ductwork, towels and various accessories can be tweaked regularly without breaking the bank.