Ideal for use in nurseries, kindergartens and schools, these small-scale kid’s bathrooms are designed especially with little ones in mind. Imaginative, colourful and playful, what child wouldn’t want to use the florakids range from Laufen?
The rounded shapes, bold colours and influences from the animal and plant kingdoms give the florakids bathroom a feeling of fantasy and playfulness, which creates an environment perfect for kids to learn about hygiene.
The centrepiece is a washstand with a basin in the shape of a flower blossom, available in white, red or green. The range also features ceramic shelves, shaped like little clouds that can be used to complement the washbasin and they come in matching colours too. Mirrors are available in a red mirror flower design, or a green mirror caterpillar design whereby the mirrors can be lined up in series to create a comical caterpillar.
As the range is designed especially for children, the ergonomically-designed florakids WCs have no sharp edges or corners. The seats, which are available in white, red or green, are smaller in diameter and have a mini back support so children are not afraid of falling in. The ergonomic seat also lets kids who are potty training grasp onto the ears on the left and right of the seat. The single-lever mixer for the washbasin is easy for children to use as well as being hygienic.
With the florakids range by Laufen, using the bathroom should be child’s play!! What do you think?
Here’s another Caroma tub, this time in a pearly shade of white. In fact, this Caroma Pearl (also available through Reece) boasts an oval organic shape. Note the way its simplicity is the perfect contrast to the ornate wall in the product shot below. Would you choose an acrylic tub for your crisp, clean powder room? This Nazzano Acrylic Modern Bathtub from Modern Bathroom Vanities has the advantage of being nonporous, which means it’s very hygienic and easy to clean.
you’re a fan of the clawfoot look but you’re searching for a selection that’s a bit more modern, check out the Kado Classic, available through Reece. A contemporary form meets detailed feet in this modern tub find that takes a bit of the past and brings it into the present. When it comes to round bathtubs, which styles are your favorite? And in which types of powder room do you think they work best? Modern? Traditional? Rustic with a twist? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.