Create a Kids Friendly Bathroom

Kids spend a lot of time in the bathroom when they are little, and we spend a lot of time in there with them – bathing, brushing, potty training. Hence, no matter your tot has a bathroom all to himself or shares one with mom and dad, kid-friendly bathroom is always important. How to make bathroom is cheerful, playful and safety place for them as well as keep it clean and organized is a difficult task. Thankfully, there are many people thinking about it and come up with some really cool ideas:

Having some cool wall decoration – create a theme for the bathroom. Ocean theme is one of the most popular themes and beloved by many kids. But you can customize it according to your kid’s preference. Paint, wall decal, photos, wall art, anything to make your kids think that bathroom is made for them.

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Dad Spends 18 Months to Create a Fairytale Looking Room for His Daughter

With 18 months (over 350 hours) hard work, Radamshome, the super dad created a fairytale style bedroom for his daughter. According to Radamshome, this project starts with his daughter’s wish – I wanted a fairy tree in my room that I could sit inside and read books. To be a super dad, Radamshome started this project. Thanks to his working expience – an artist in the video game industry, Radamshome began with a concept drawing and a scale model. Then he started to build tree skeleton. To make the tree strong enough, Radamshome even took some private welding courses and the whole skeleton took him around 100 – 120 hours. After that, Radamshome had to “skin”, “fill” and “paint” the tree to make it looks right. To create some magical effect and made more details, Radamshome wove Christmas lights, capable of being dimmed, into the branches to simulate stars and add some interesting decoration like leave, flowers, butterfly and bird nest on the tree. The end result is so impressive! Take a peek below or have the full progress photos here.

Dad Spends 18 Months to Create a Fairytale Looking Room for His Daughter
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Whimsical Woodland Playroom by Design Loves Detail

Designed by Mollie and Ben Openshaw from “Design Loves Detail”, this 21 square meters playroom is truly kids’ wonderland. Inspired by the Mollie’s child dream – “I often pretended I was a fairy, and just 3 inches tall.”, Ben, her husband, and a local crafts-person used a laser woodcutter to cut the super-sized images (trees, leaves, grass, clouds) out of sheets of MDF, which Openshaw painted and applied to the walls with glue and nails. When asked why they just painted the images on the wall, Mollie said “My vision was that it would be a 3D world that enveloped the kids, painting just wouldn’t have been enough.”

Whimsical Woodland Playroom by Design Loves Detail
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