5 Unique Kid Bathroom Themes

We often think about the theme or motif we are going to use in a kid's bedroom, but sometimes the bathroom gets overlooked. We choose towels and rugs without thinking too much about a unifying theme. So we've put together 5 fun bathroom themes for kids that we hope might inspire you to dream up your own.• Mario Brothers Bathroom at Woo Home: If you've got little gamers in the house, Mario Brothers is likely on your radar. Or choose another game that might inspire your kiddos, like Skylanders, Lego Star Wars, or MarioKart. Or go retro and get inspiration from this 8-bit bathroom.

Book Lovers Bathroom at The Country Chic Cottage: Book lovers unite! This bathroom celebrates literature as a concept, but you could also choose a particular genre, author, or period.

The Hungry Caterpillar Bathroom from Pottery Barn Kids: Here's one that focuses on a particular author, although in practice it's a celebration of an aesthetic. You could use other children's classics with strong imagery, like Curious George or Harold and the Purple Crayon, for a fun and unique space.

Monkey Jungle Bathroom from Deanna's Stuff: Can you ever go wrong with monkeys? There are plenty of other habitats and animals to try: owls and mountains, coyotes on the prairie, or lizards in the desert.

Rainbow Bathroom DIY at Insructables: Choosing one color to decorate the bathroom is common, but how about all of them? Or choosing a less popular color, like orange or purple? Perhaps try a particular way of treating color, like ombre or watercolor.

Have you used an unusual theme in your kids' bathrooms? Let us be inspired in the comments!

MORE KIDS' BATHROOMS ON APARTMENT THERAPY:
An Eclectic Yet Functional Kids' Bathroom
Two Design Strategies for Kids' Bathrooms
A Charmingly Subtle Bathroom for Kids

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Beth is a writer, crafter, DIYer and design enthusiast, living in L.A. with her husband, 2 young boys, and a large mutt named Caesar. She loves fonts, yoga, matcha lattes, and home-grown tomatoes and is not shy about being a consummate nerd.

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