How to Design a Bathroom Your Kids Won’t Outgrow


How to Design a Bathroom Your Kids Won’t Outgrow

There is no doubt that kids grow rather quickly. From the time they are born, they grow out of their clothes even quicker. But when it comes to remodeling your children’s bathroom, that is the one thing you don’t want them to outgrow. In this blog, we’ll tell you how to design a bathroom your kids won’t outgrow! 

Here are three things to consider while remodeling your kid’s bathroom.


While it’s exciting to create the best bath time for your little one, we recommend thinking about functional aspects, such as installing a tub vs. a shower. Yes, a tub will create the ultimate bath time experience, but will they really want to take baths as they grow older? It’s not likely. 

Instead of just a tub, why not install a shower with a tub? That way, you get the best of both worlds! 

Don’t forget about the showerhead! A handheld showerhead is great at any age. 

You also may want to strategically place grab bars to avoid slips and falls. 


Kids’ themes are fun, especially if it’s their favorite character, but we do not recommend buying permanent theme fixtures. If you really want to incorporate a theme in your child’s bathroom, we suggest buying easily replaceable things such as:

  • floor mats
  • towels
  • toilet seats
  • wall stickers

Speaking of toilet seats… we all know potty training is an essential part of a kid’s bathroom. So consider getting a toilet seat brand that offers a child-sized seat that you’ll then be able to easily replace once they grow older. 


Although they might not be using them while they’re little, they’ll want to have some space to store their daily products once they become teens. We recommend having shelves, cabinets, or drawers. 

When thinking about bathroom features, door locks are always an important thing to think about. You’ll want to be sure to get a doorknob that can’t be locked from inside for younger children. You’ll easily be able to change this feature as your child grows. 

How tall should your vanity be? You’ll want to make sure it’s not too tall. Try and make the height efficient for your kid’s stool phase. 

You see, designing a bathroom your kids won’t outgrow is possible! 

We hope this blog helped you with what to keep in mind while remodeling your kid’s bathroom. Every bathroom differs, so if you need more design assistance, please contact us for all your bathroom remodeling needs!