Kid Friendly Bathroom Design
When updating or remodeling a bathroom, keeping the kiddos in mind is especially important. Adding specific design features can make the bathroom more functional for a family. Features such as robe hooks, shelving and bathtubs can make organization much more efficient without hindering the style of your bathroom.
Robe hooks are great because they can be mounted behind the door or on the wall while keeping towels or robes off of the ground. Kids are quick to drop things while they are on the move, the hooks are accessible and durable for long term use. In addition, robe hooks optimize space in the bathroom, perfect for small or large spaces. Kingston’s robe hooks come in a variety of finishes to flow perfectly with your bathrooms theme.
Installing shelves in kid’s bathrooms can be a great utilization of wall space. Shelving can be used for nice decor pieces and for storing necessities such as toothbrushes, a clock or hair products. Multiple shelves can be used throughout the bathroom and ensuring the height is perfect for children to access
Shower & Bathtub
Depending on the age of your children, having a shower and bathtub combo may be beneficial in the long run. As most parents know, babies start in the bath and as they get older they transition into taking showers rather than baths. Installing a shower and bathtub combo provides the needed features for growing kiddos. When shopping for this combo, one of the design features are the pressure balance valves. This fixture compensated for drops in water volume caused by other fixtures such as the dishwasher and washing machine. Also, there is a red ring attached to the valve that restricts the range of the handle so that children cannot burn themselves. Finally, an accessory to add into the shower/bath for safety precautions is a grab bar. The floor of a shower can get slippery when full of soap and water, the grab bar provides extra support.