Wednesday, 9 January 2013

Kids Bathroom

The fun job in our house is decorating kids bathroom with own ideas, its not the hard job because the mean goal is we can make our child happy with that decoration and they do all they self.  We working all together as team project include our kids to remodelling the bathroom.. we must hear wath they want and we collaborate with our idea.

Children are very inquisitive little beings and all things to them are exciting if not waiting to be discovered. The washroom having tiles and water is a dangerous area for your little one. Even though you may be with them to help them with their bath, you are not always there. It is better to teach safety to them and make the areas safe as well.
No matter how much you tell your son or daughter not to run around one time or another they will be running around. The risk of getting hurt increases when they have cold tiles beneath wet feet. Place some anti-slip mats especially in the area around the toilet bowl and the tub. This way they will always be stepping on firm ground. Place your creativity into the question and get them mats designed in the shape of their favourite cartoon character or colours that match with the overall theme colour.
One of the dangers is the failure to have a well-lit bathing area. You may have the subtle and dim lights in your bath to enhance the mood but not in theirs. The light should get to all corners to avoid them bumping into objects or slipping for failing to see the water on the floor. Keep it well lit but not too bright.
Child proofing
Children have little fingers and where it may seem impossible to have a finger stuck in the drain, it is possible for them. Get drain and faucet covers to avoid their inquisitive fingers being stuck as they reach out for something that catches their eye.
Your creativity has to come to a halt when it comes to the toilet bowl. Do not place bright or exciting colours on it. Keep it subtle to avoid a potential drowning incident as your little one attempts to see the lovely colours or the picture of their cartoon character and end up with their head stuck in the bowl. Even better, you can get a clamp for the toilet seat so that you run it for them and keep their fingers and heads out. This is especially important for children under the age of five.
Create an exciting backgroundIf the kids' bedroom integrates playful and vivid colors, then it could be a good idea to use the same tones when creating the background of their bathroom. Essentially, while the fixtures could have a neutral color, there is no reason why the walls and cabinetry should look monotonous and boring. While it is fairly true that wallpaper can simplify designing the background a great deal, keep in mind that the level of humidity in the bathroom limits adherence and will cause it to peel off. On a side note, the same applies for wall stickers and any other accessory that requires gluing.


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