Bathrooms can be tricky places for kids, but there are a number of ways in which you can make yours more accessible to the littler people in your life. Here are just a few.
Provide a Step Up
Even if your child can reach the taps and use the sink normally, it might still be a good idea to keep a stepladder in the bathroom. After all, being able to use something is completely different from feeling confident using it, and a stepladder could provide a very welcome boost for your children.
It’s also an economical solution, but don’t just use any old one you have lying around. There are plenty of kid-themed bathroom steps around to brighten up the room, so have a look on the internet to find one which will suit.
Create Different Storage Levels
One of the issues with creating a kid-friendly bathroom is that you want to keep everything which is potentially unsafe out of the way while still making sure there’s a place for it to be put. The solution to that problem is to embrace vertical space.
Make sure that there is enough low level storage for the kids to store everything which they need, and then install some floating shelves high up on the wall where they won’t be able to reach. This is an ideal place for cleaning supplies, medicine, razors, or anything on the expensive side.
Choose Easy-To-Clean Materials
It doesn’t matter what you do to your bathroom – kids will still be a little rough, and it’s still a place which will get messy. The best offense is a good defence, so make sure you pick out durable, easy-to-clean materials.
Look online and you’ll be able to find scratch-resistant countertops, hard-wearing tiles which can be easily wiped clean, and other surfaces which can handle mud and muck with ease.
Nobody ever said that having children wouldn’t be challenging, and part of that means making sure that your home is suitable for them. The bathroom can be one of the hardest rooms to get right in this regard, but it’s easy when you know how, and now you do.
Originally posted 2015-10-05 13:47:35. Republished by Blog Post Promoter