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Kidss' BathContemporary Bathroom, Chicago

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Marmiro Stones wrote:May 2, 2012
Tara Blair wrote:Mar 22, 2012
  • gaga1018

    Can you let me know which castors you used? I am having a pull out built as well for my vanity but need to know which type of wheels to have installed. Thank you!

  • Cheryl Czaicki

    Is the step on slides or drawer track as well as the casters?

Pearly Gate Interiors LLC wrote:Feb 26, 2016
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    Searl Lamaster Howe Architects

    Sorry for the delayed response on this. We used casters on the bottom that retract when weight is applied to the step. They are the same type as those used on old school library stools. If you Google retractable caster library stool you will see what I mean.

  • M Simon

    where do you get these retractable casters and how did you mount them?

tjoy wrote:Aug 9, 2012
  • Hallie Micali
    We recently had a stool built into our custom vanity which was made by superior woodcraft in doylestown PA.
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    Searl Lamaster Howe Architects

    Clark and Barlow in Chicago.

aurorab4 wrote:Oct 4, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

cathylara
Cathy Lara added this to 11 Ways to Get Out the Door FasterAug 28, 2012

8. Agree on a bathroom schedule and stick to it. Avoid the drama of who goes first by setting and abiding by a schedule — a rule that keeps the peace among couples and large families alike.

danyelle
Danyelle Mathews added this to The Family Home: Kid-Friendly BathroomsFeb 28, 2012

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.

pangaea
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Safety Plays With Style in Kids' BathroomsFeb 23, 2012

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.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lisahopperstad
lisahopperstad added this to Kids BathApr 2, 2019

built in step that is tall enough

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HU-970083848 added this to Young Adult BathroomsApr 1, 2019

This is a cool idea to add an extra drawer which is a step

jane_kendall36
jane_kendall36 added this to Kendall'sFeb 7, 2019

would like it to be on hidden opening hardware that would open when pushed

kalenbeck
kalenbeck added this to KitchensJan 21, 2019

Built in step stool since we are so short

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Olga Galli added this to Upstairs BathNov 30, 2018

Built in stepping stool on the bottom of vanity

krob8000
Ken Roberts added this to Ideas for Taylor BryanAug 23, 2018

Built-in step stool for pantry for Cindy?

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