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House Tour – Kids’ Bath

July 31, 2014
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It’s been a little while since I gave you a peek inside my home.

Click here to see my master bath, my downstairs bar area, my office space, my linen closet, my family room, my kitchen table redo, our front hall, and the downstairs bath.

Today you’re going to see what the kids’ bath looks like… on its best day. I neglected to take a picture in all its toothpasty glory – because nobody wants to see that.

Seriously, why can’t they keep the toothpaste on the toothbrushes? Why must they paint the countertop with it?

But I digress. Hmm….

I have big plans for this bathroom. They include either subway tile halfway up the walls, or bead board to match the rest of our house. Right now we’re proudly displaying drip marks from little hands. The joys of having small children at home. 🙂

One of my favorite things about this bathroom is the ability to have some privacy while allowing siblings to continue to use the space. That pocket door is a thing of genius.

If you’re looking for any color info, the walls are Snug Harbor from Sherwin Williams. And the ice blue shower curtain, floor mat, and towel are courtesy of Lush Decor. The white shower curtain behind it (as well as the hooks) are from Target. Of course, many modern bathrooms are opting for ditching the shower curtains for the alternative of premium shower screens instead. This may be our next project.

Enjoy this peek into my home – it may be the cleanest you’ll ever see this bathroom again. 😉

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