kids' bathContemporary Bathroom, Chicago

(Photo by Erich Schrempp Photography)

Bathroom - contemporary kids' bathroom idea in Chicago with a vessel sink and blue countertops —  Houzz
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afjut wrote:Jul 2, 2012
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    Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Ltd. Architects
    We specified the "2 square strip" wall light designed by Ron Rezek and purchased through Artemide.
  • mclnsc

    How did you mount the artemide light so that the mounting plate is not visible?

sba824 wrote:Jul 9, 2015
  • Brian B.

    I love the look, are those functional for HVAC or just decorative?

sled234 wrote:Sep 7, 2013
vivt wrote:Jul 4, 2012
finley05 wrote:Aug 31, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    lolalina
    Laura Gaskill added this to How Color Can Help You Stay OrganizedMar 20, 2017

    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.

    cathylara
    Cathy Lara added this to Soak Up 16 Stylish Ways to Display TowelsJun 21, 2012

    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.

    jenott
    Jennifer Ott Design added this to Palatable Palettes: 9 Bold Bathroom Color SchemesJun 13, 2012

    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.

    cathylara
    Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Schoolhouse-Turned-Home in ChicagoJun 5, 2012

    Splashes of color from exposed ducts, towels, kids' artwork and a tiled accent wall enliven the children's bathroom.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    atifahns
    atifah smith added this to Wish ListMay 22, 2019

    oversized towel hooks floating cabinets

    sherry_jackman_howe
    Sherry Pyiie Pyiie added this to Sherry's ideasMar 30, 2019

    bright bold color inviting yet personal

    bryan_hansen97
    Bryan Hansen added this to boys bathroomFeb 4, 2019

    i like the vertical lights in the middle of the sinks

    katiebloodworth
    katiebloodworth added this to Bike HouseDec 26, 2018

    garage loft bathroom functionality

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