Kid’s Bathroom

A couple months ago my parents babysat the kids so Mike and I could do a quick makeover on their bathroom. If you’ll recall, here is what it looked like before.

mollys-bathroom-vanity

 

mollys-bathroom-signsWe added a cute shower curtain and I attempted some fun artwork, but other than that it was pretty bland. The gorgeous vanity was sort of forgotten since there wasn’t much else to frame it. So we added some whimsy but kept the color scheme calm and pretty. Here is the update:

kids bathroom fullThe board and batten was a simple and inexpensive install. We’ve done a couple other rooms with wainscoting so it went pretty smoothly for us. We used 3″ boards for the battens and a 6″ on top as well as a 1″x2″ board as a shelf top. Our ceilings at 10′ and the wainscoting is 6′.kids bath tub

We painted the top half of the room a pretty light blue color and added these adorable Coronata stars from Walls Need Love. I used 5 packs total and have some leftover. I decided on an 18″ space between stars. After you put a few rows up, you can just eye ball the rest. They went up quickly and look so cute.

kids bathroom towelsThe cute towel hooks are from Hobby Lobby {a random find, not in the hook section}.

kids bath hooksMolly had helped me make this little bow display awhile back. I’d still like to frame it out and hang it up but it’s functional for now.

kids bath hair bows

 

kids bath door wallMolly loves the room and I’m sure Bennett will when he’s older:)

kids bathroomWe think it’s the perfect combo of kid-friendly yet adult enough for guests.

What do you think? Have you ever used wall decals?


Comments

  1. I love it! The battens really make the room look totally different. Great job!

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