Kids' Bathroom Pictures From HGTV Dream Home 2014

This fun and functional space combines durable neutral materials with bright, kid-friendly touches.

  • Kids bathroom

    Since the adjacent bunkroom sleeps up to four, this bathroom is built to accommodate a crowd. It features two zones: A vanity and dressing area and a separate commode and shower area.

  • Kids bathroom vanity

    A harmonious color scheme of light gray and bright red unites the two areas.

  • Detail-mirror

    A square of red paint serves as a backdrop behind the weathered white vanity mirror.

  • Detail-linens

    Metal accents, like this galvanized steel storage tote, nod to the industrial design elements seen throughout the home.

  • Detail-artwork

    Kid-friendly fish artwork, made from wire and canvas, was created by local Truckee, Calif. painter Carole Sesko.

  • Kids bathroom commode

    An area containing the commode, shower and stainless steel hooks for clothing and towels can be closed off from the rest of the space. A glass door makes the space-saving shower seem larger.

  • Tile shower

    The tiled shower enclosure includes both an overhead and hand-shower feature.

  • Detail-bathmat

    A bright red-and-white striped bathmat adds kid-friendly color to this space.

  • Kids bathroom vanity-low angle

    Double sinks offer room for two pint-sized guests to prepare for the day.

  • Kids bathroom toward bedroom

    The red and gray accent colors featured in this space carry through to the adjacent kids' bunkroom.

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