ISSUE 61  |  Bath & Spa

6 Solutions for the Children’s Bathroom

February 28, 2013 6:30 PM

BY Alexa Hotz

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It’s the littlest ones who need the most assistance, and make the most mess in the bath. Here are six solutions for the children’s bathroom to keep them safe and clean.

Above: A sink with a built-in step designed by Vincent Van Duysen via Marie Claire Maison.

Above: Two wall hooks in the shape of mounted deer are fixed between the children’s sinks; below are two hampers for hiding linens and clothing. Photograph of a home in Denmark by Bjarne B. Jacobson for Bolig Magazine.

Above: A green lacquered vanity unit handles wear and tear well in the children’s bath of a North London home from Living Etc.

Above: Stylist Aurélie Lécuyer of Le Dans La uses the Pro Ven Di Revolving Soap Holder to avoid a soapy mess in the children’s bathroom.

Above: A tiny silver bells allows for children to ring for assistance; in the guest bathroom of Swedish shop owner, Julia, from Swedish Guest Bathroom Under the Stairs.

Above: A crate used as a step stool for getting in and out of the bathtub at the Ace Hotel from Bath: Black Tub Roundup.

Designing a kid’s room? Peruse 248 inspiration images of Children’s Rooms in our Gallery of rooms and spaces. Looking for more solutions in the home? See all 60 5 Quick Fixes posts in our Archive.