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30 Kid-Friendly Bathroom Design Ideas

Designing a bathroom for your kiddo? Get inspiration from the pros. These bathrooms feature playful and practical design details such as bath toy storage, easy-to-reach towels and so much more.

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Photo: Jane Beiles. From: D2 Interieurs.

Double Vanities

Any parent knows that when you have multiple kids sharing one bathroom, chaos ensues—especially when everyone is trying to get ready in the morning and you’re already running late. With two separate vanity stations, this bathroom allows two kids to brush teeth at the same time, cutting down on time spent waiting and fighting during the morning routine.

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Photo: Jeff Herr Photography. From: Terracotta Design Build.

Double Faucets

If you love the idea of two vanities but don’t have the space in your bathroom, look for a larger sink—such as a trough sink—with multiple faucets. It’s a great way to create at least two teeth-brushing stations without the extra cabinetry.

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Photo: Jim Tschetter. From: Linc Thelen Design.

Multiple Hooks

If you have multiple kids sharing a bathroom, extra towel hooks are a must. This handy wall of hooks gives each kid a spot for their towel, so there’s no excuse for leaving towels on the floor!

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Photo: Julie Soefer Photography. From: Laura U Design Collective.

Step Stool

Low-standing sinks in public restrooms make it easy for little ones to wash their hands, but they're not really practical for a home bathroom. Instead, add a step stool to help your tots reach the sink. And it doesn’t have to be a big, clunky plastic one. We love the sleek, wooden step stool in this contemporary bathroom.

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