Bath time should be an enjoyable time for the whole family, and your child’s bathroom should have a playful element to it.
Weekends are the perfect time to rally the troops and spend time doing a little home revamping. Your child’s bathroom is a great place to start – and your kids will enjoy helping mom or dad with choosing tiles, paint, and décor.
We’ve gathered seven expert tips on how you can transform your child’s bathroom on a budget!
- Mosaics and other colourful tiles add vibrancy to the bathroom, create texture, and draw the eye but using mosaic across all bathroom walls is expensive. Instead, combine neutral tiles with strips of glass mosaics in vivid blue, fresh green, or a delicate turquoise to create a fun ambiance.
- Towels, face cloths, bathmats, hooks, murals, and toothpaste holders in the same colour as the tiles will help to tie the room together. There are lots of affordable fun home accessories for children available in local stores and online.
- Tile the walls as well as the floor because tiles are extremely durable, hygienic, and easy to clean.
- When children of differing ages use a bathroom, separating the shower, bath, and basin allows an older child to bathe or shower while the other is monitored using the basin. When one youngster desires additional privacy, opaque shower doors can be installed. Half walls, on the other hand, can be added if the bathroom’s design allows it.
- If space in the bathroom isn’t an issue, consider a family-sized spa bath that will allow plenty of relaxing time in the tub.
- Install stylish and functional vanities to decrease clutter, and double-rodded towel rails to guarantee there is enough hanging space for towels for everyone in the family.
- Two sinks and a large mirror are perfect for a children’s bathroom because they prevent children from fighting over space when brushing their teeth, wiping their faces, and washing their hands.
Bathroom safety tips
When it comes to constructing a bathroom for children, here are a few safety tips:
- Make sure that the tiled edges of the bath and shower are finished with a round border.
- Make sure the shower’s corners are smooth and there are no rough edges projecting.
- Reduce the temperature of the geyser that was installed in this bathroom.
- Make sure that all medicines and cleaning supplies are kept in childproof cabinets.
- Equip your children’s bathroom with the appropriate bathroom goods to ensure a pleasurable bathing experience for the entire family.