How to Design a Kid Friendly Bathroom

Designing a kid-friendly bathroom can seem a bit daunting. From all of the safety tips to all of the accessability to consider, there are a lot of different elements that go into creating the perfect kid-friendly bathroom for your home. Let’s take a look at some of the things that you can do to ensure your home bathrooms are child-friendly.

Get a Stool: A lot of people think that it is a good idea to install a smaller vanity for children because then it makes it easier for a child to reach everything and be without having to reach. This being said, what do you do when your child grows and becomes too big for that vanity area? You’d have to invest in another whole new vanity. This becomes a huge issue, and a stool is a perfect way to avoid this.

Countertops: Making sure you have child-resistant countertops can be a true lifesaver. Having countertops that do not scratch or stain is a smart investment to make. From granite to marble, almost any stone makes the perfect countertop.

Regular Toilet: Similar to a vanity, you’d want to make sure to have a regular sized toilet. This will make sure you don’t have to get a new toilet.

Anti-Scald Devices: One of the scariest things in a bathroom can be the heat from the water burning your child. One way to avoid this happening is to install anti-scald devices on the faucet handles. This will not allow for the hot water to turn on and risk the health of your child.

Storage: Storage can be a huge help, especially when you have kids. Having the extra space can help you to declutter and organize, leaving a room that is safe and free of anything that could be harmful. This being said, cleaning products should be locked away or somewhere high up so that there is no way your child can come in contact with it.

Flooring: No-slip flooring is an absolute must. It increases the safety of the room and makes sure that no accidents occur.

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