Decorating a Jack and Jill Bath
A Jack and Jill bathroom is a bathroom placed between two rooms with access to bedrooms on each side. This bathroom design is great for children to share a space when they have their own bedrooms. It minimizes the occurrences of leaving a trail of water and towels down the hallways. Designing a Jack and Jill bath can also become a great project to style by incorporating each child’s personality while also having convenient functionality. Choosing finishes for the shower heads, faucets and hardware can create a fun and stylish bathroom.
When deciding on faucet finishes for a Jack and Jill bathroom, a simple yet stylish finish can help the theme flow throughout. A chrome finish looks shiny, clean, and has a cool hue that would be great to use. Brushed Nickel looks nice in warmer toned bathrooms because of the yellowish appearance and is also very easy to clean due to the brushed detail. Matte black, a very popular finish, accents cool and warm-toned bathrooms nicely. This finish can be used in a variety of themes such as modern, farmhouse, rustic, industrial, nautical and so many more. Finally, any style of a brass finish adds a nice pop of color to a sink.
Most Jack and Jill bathrooms that are being used by younger children, having a bathtub/shower combo is common and easier for the transition as they get older. With that, choosing the best combo for your kiddos can be overwhelming with so many options but there are a couple ways to narrow it down. Start by deciding what finish is desired for the section of the bathroom. Then, shower valve options that range from one traditional to contemporary. Shower valves are the handles that turn on/off the water and change the water temperature from hot to cold. Finally, the design style of the shower head and/or handheld shower, maybe even a slidebar to accommodate the different ages and heights of the children, are offered in different themes to best align with your bathroom’s decor. Ranging from traditional and ornate to sleek or more simple shower heads.
Kingston offers a handful of one piece toilet options for your bathroom needs. the design options contain one to dual flush toilets and elongated toilets. When choosing a toilet for a Jack and Jill bathroom, measuring the existing toilet or the space where the toilet will be installed is crucial to ensure the correct size is being purchased. Installing a durable toilet in a child’s bathroom is an important aspect in the short and long run of the bathroom’s use.
One of the most fun parts about designing any space is picking out and arranging the accessories and decor. Especially in a Jack and Jill bathroom, the accessories have to be functional for easy access to toiletries while not hindering the design or becoming cluttered. Accessories such as towel racks and towel bars can help to keep those wet or used towels off the floor. Towel racks and bars come in an array of finishes which can help to keep the flow of the color palette throughout. Decor touches like bathroom mats can keep a playful tone in the bathroom. Adding artificial plants on top of shelves along with leaning wall art can really create a beautiful design.
Featured Image: Faucet: FSC8920NDL, Accessory set: BAH8212478MB, Sink: LBO22178