Today I’m over at Remodelaholic sharing this minimal floating vanity for a kids room. It’s slim enough to fit behind a door (without getting bumped!), fun enough to be a feature in the room, and practical to free up precious bathroom space during ‘rush hour’. I’m really happy with how this one turned out, you guys.
I received ‘Design Mom‘ the book for Christmas this year and read it cover to cover twice. I loved it. One of the suggestions she had was to create space in kids rooms for them to do things that they might otherwise do things in common areas that get crowded. For us- that’s our one bathroom. She also suggested having mirrors kiddos height to help them learn independence and grooming. I loved these ideas and decided I needed to create some sort of getting ready station in the kids room- this floating vanity! It’s been so helpful having another mirror and shelf where we can store all Aubrey’s hair clips and things and they can look at themselves without going into the bathroom.
A bonus- I can now send them to their room with a facecloth andy they actually get all the Pb off ;)
Hop over and check out the whole tutorial for this kids floating vanity RIGHT HERE.
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