Old houses often have just a single washroom upstairs for the whole family, and it's seldom kid-friendly: The tub's too deep, the sink's too high, and there's never enough bath toy storage. That was the situation at Marcus and Kristin Moomey's 1885 home in St. Louis, Missouri, and why they decided to build a pint-sized bath for their daughter, Ella, now 6.
Problem was, they'd have to carve it out of the middle of the unfinished attic, reserving windows at either end of the top floor for bedrooms they'd planned. Plus, they wanted the space to have plenty of vintage charm. All on a budget. See how they did it in Light and Bright Kids' Bath