Trends in Action: Jack and Jill Bathroom

See how a designer combines the likes of two siblings to create a bathroom they both love.

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Getting brother and sister Aaron and Anna to agree on anything can be difficult. But getting them to agree on a theme for their shared bath was nearly impossible. Designer Caroline McLean took on the challenge and successfully created a fun, retro-style room that both siblings love.

The Jack-and-Jill-style bathroom is split into three separate rooms. The two outer rooms have a duplicate vanity and toilet for each child and in the middle room is a shower shared by both children. The two outside rooms are done in vivid stripes, while the middle room is done in bubbly circles.

Bathroom Resources
under-counter lavatory: Kohler - K-2297-G
faucet: Kohler - K-13132-3A
toilet-tissue holder: Kohler - K-10554
robe hook: Kohler - K-10555
double shower bar: Kohler - K-10553
showerhead: Kohler - K-16166
countertop: DuPont Corian
sconces: Circa Lighting
paint: Sherwin-Williams – Duration Paint (SW 6858 Zany Pink, SW 6575 Priscilla, SW 6673 Banana Cream, W 6424 Tansy Green, SW 6083 Sable, SW 6959 Blue Chip, SW 6956 Blue Refrain, SW 6627 Emberglow)
seamstress: Judy Alcorn
window treatments: Sun Lighting Lamp Shade Center
tile: Renaissance Tile and Bath
locker swivel mirrors, cable wire system: Pottery Barn Teen
countertops: TFI (Lavanto Bath Surfaces)

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