Tips for a Child Friendly Bathroom

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From the moment you see that first ultrasound your life will start changing – and so will your home.  Parents are constantly doing home modifications in order to create a child-friendly home.  The entire home will first be baby-proofed, the nursery room will be redone and so many wonderful changes will start happening all over your home and in the garden.

The bathroom is, however, often forgotten when it comes to these changes.  Parents forget that bathrooms can also be a dangerous area for children and with the right modifications bathrooms can also be a lot more functional for those tiny bodies that are still so new to everything.

Tips for a Child Friendly Bathroom

Tips for a Child Friendly Bathroom

Here are a few tips for a child-friendly bathroom.

Get a Lighted Vanity Mirror

This is a bathroom modification that isn’t just child-friendly.  You will love a lighted vanity mirror as well.  Lighting in bathrooms is most problematic and it can be tough to see properly in your vanity mirror while you are doing your morning routine.  Kids also have a tough time seeing when their faces are all messy if the bathroom lighting isn’t good.  With a lighted vanity mirror, it becomes a lot easier to take great care of your skin and little ones will find it much easier to stay clean and to do simple chores like combing their hair or brushing their teeth.  Check here to find out more about these brilliant mirror types.

Remove Medication from Your Bathroom

The vanity case is a favorite medicine storage place for plenty of people but this can be dangerous.  If your vanity case cannot lock shut then you should remove medications from your bathroom.  Any medication can cause terrible damage to young children.

Lock Cleaning Cabinets

Are you storing away lots of cleaning agents in the bathroom?   Then you should get these cabinets locked down tight.  Cleaning agents are toxic and can poison your child if they are allowed to play with it.  These products also are not the cheapest and it is usually a terrible shame if everything ends up down the drain while your little one is exploring.

Install a Step Stool

A step stool at the basin and around the toilet will make it much easier for kids to use bathroom facilities alone.  If you cannot find a stable stool in your local store then try constructing one out of wood.  It will make home life a lot simpler and safer for toddlers.

Lay Anti-Slip Rugs

Bathroom floor tiles can get pretty slippery when water is spilled from the tub.  Lay a few anti-slip rubber floor rugs to keep little ones from slipping and falling.

Install Your Toothbrush Holder High

You just don’t want to have your toothbrushes within reach of young kids.  They tend to do all the strangest things with toothbrushes if they get ahold of these items.  Install your toothbrush holder out of reach.  Young children cannot brush their teeth on their own until they are at least seven years old anyway because it results in tooth decay when those little teeth aren’t scrubbed properly.