My Recommendations for Creating a Stylish Family Bathroom

When you have kids, it can feel like the whole house belongs to them. Everywhere you look, there are toys, clothes and evidence of their presence strewn everywhere. It’s great to share your home with your precious babies, but at the same time it’s nice to have everything under control. Your home needs to belong to the whole family, not be taken over by the kids and their stuff. One of the rooms where they often leave their mark is in the bathroom. From bath toys to bubble baths, the kids’ stuff can make the bathroom look messy. But you can have an organized family bathroom that everyone can enjoy.

Get Stylish Safety Features

Your bathroom needs to be safe for your children. You might need a rubber mat in the bath or shower or a step so they can reach the toilet and basin.  But just because you have to make the bathroom safe, it doesn’t mean you can’t make it look good too. If you need to add some grips to the bottom of your bathtub, try to find something stylish. It could be a solid block of color that goes with the rest of your bathroom, for example. Even steps for your toddler come in smart designs, rather than garish primary colors and TV characters.

Buy a Toy Caddy

Sometimes toys are the only way you can tempt your little ones into the bath. It’s great watching them have fun, but not so fantastic when you’re trying to have some grownup time and a rubber duck is staring at you. The solution is to get a storage bin or toy caddy that you can put everything in when it’s not in use. Your kids need to learn to put things away when they’re done with them, and the bathroom should be no exception. Once bath time is over, you can put them out of site, so the bathroom is neat and tidy.

Bathroom in Sam's flat at 11 Linnett Close, Chingford, London
Bathroom in Sam’s flat at 11 Linnett Close, Chingford, London

William Warby

Get a Wall Cabinet

There are probably a few things in your bathroom you would rather your kids couldn’t get hold of. Rather than having to keep them elsewhere, your best solution could be to use a cabinet on the wall, possibly above the sink. The kids won’t be able to reach it, so you’ll be able to keep anything that’s not for kids inside. It’s also great to have plenty of storage so that you can put away any toiletries or other things that are cluttering up the bathroom. You can see some excellent examples on http://www.bellabathrooms.co.uk/bathroom-furniture.html.

Adult Touches

Don’t forget to add some stylish features for the adults in the house too. You can put in some things for yourself and still keep the bathroom as a safe environment. For example, you could put in a powerful shower to help you start your day off right. Or you could have some bathroom speakers so that you can enjoy listening to music or the radio while you shower. A dimmer switch is another excellent feature if you want to have a long and luxurious bath sometimes.

You can create a bathroom that’s suitable for the whole family. Style and practicality can go hand in hand if you make the right choices.

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  1. While it is true that mirrors create a feeling of space, overdoing it shows otherwise. Using too many mirrors in a small bathroom only emphasizes the corners of the room. Be very careful where you install your mirrors.

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