Kid's Bathroom Photos: HGTV Green Home 2010
The bathroom continues the bedroom’s playful pairing of contemporary and whimsical accessories.
A Kohler low-flow showerhead features both aerated spray and revitalizing massage spray.
The energy efficient and Energy-Star qualified condensing wall-hung gas boiler heats both water and interior spaces.
Shimmering glass tile in a bold sunset shade elevates the kid’s bathroom design.
Evoking a 1930s-style aesthetic, the cross handle delivers a vintage feel to the contemporary space.
Inspired by additions made to New England cottages as families grew, the pedestal lavatory is positioned just outside the bathroom.
The dressing area, within close proximity to the Kid’s Bedroom, includes a mobile storage shelf and a vanity mirror. The window, flanked by two bulkhead lights, provides a picturesque view of the east lawn.
Storage bins and baskets, clothing pegs and a vintage-style hamper help children corral clutter and keep clothing and bathtime essentials organized.
A collection of toothbrushes plays up the room’s fun color palette.
A paper-mache mirror crafted by Haitian artisans incorporates recycled materials.
Pegs on the child’s towel rack were fashioned from puzzle pieces. The rack may be removed or replaced as children mature.