Cool Kids' Stuff For A Friendlier Bathroom – BleepBleeps

Lilly Loco

David Camera

Suzy Snooze

Sammy Screamer

Cecil G

Tony Tempa

Benjamin Brush

Making your home a comfortable and fun place to be for your kids can require some decor and design compromises but kids' stuff needn't amount to ugly clutter and the things you need to have around to keep them healthy and safe needn't look horrid either.

Here's a little collection of cool things that help make your bathroom an appealing place for your kids - but that keep you happy too! 

The Whale Pod by boon inc keeps bottles handy and bath time toys tidy. It also doubles as a toy scoop AND looks super-fun!   

Benjamin Brush by BleepBleeps (that's us!). Benjamin Brush is the world's first electric toothbrush with an integrated music store that keeps you and your kids brushing (and dancing) for two minutes, twice a day. Not only does Benjamin help establish good brushing habits for your family, but he looks super-cool too! Pre-order yours on Kickstarter now :) 

Covering all the bathroom basics, these printable posters by The Pretty Printcess on Etsy look great and also nudge your kids into developing good habits! 

If they need an extra, fun incentive to wash their hands, give this Make-It-Yourself Lego Handwash a bash. 

And we love this DIY dinosaur toilet roll holder as spotted on the Country Living blog. Kid-friendly fun meets cool, grown-up design. Perfect!

We cannot resist these ace retro-vibe inflatable animal toys from MoonPicnic

And, in our house, the Pour & Spin Submarine from Kidly has proved a hit - not just with the kids, but with the adults too! 

 

SOURCES

boon inc

Benjamin Brush on Kickstarter

etsy

Country Living

moonpicnic

kidly

 

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