Kidss' BathContemporary Bathroom, Chicago
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Buy a step stool. Or better yet, have one built into your vanity like the one pictured here. Bathroom vanities are often designed a bit higher for adult use. If you make the faucet and other necessities your children will need in easier reach, it makes your job keeping them clean easier.
1. Help children reach the sink.Step stools are a must-have when it comes to kids accessing the sink. In a bathroom shared with adults, this idea for a pull-out style looks very grown up and slides out of the way when necessary. Place mirrors low enough so children aren't tempted to climb up on counters to see themselves.