What we did
The infants’ washrooms were softer in a yellow and sky blue colour scheme. The cubicle doors had a curved top and were a lower height which was more suitable for younger children. The duct panelling behind the toilet pans were also lower, and different to the full height ones in the junior children’s washrooms. The main difference however, was the yellow wash trough. This added an extra element of colour and fun for the younger children and the washrooms were very light and colourful due to the large windows letting daylight in.
The nursery washrooms were not dissimilar in layout to the infants’. In bright orange and royal blue, these were the most vibrant washrooms out of the four at Kingsmead. Nursery children love bright primary colours so we chose this theme to make even going to the toilet as fun as possible! The cubicle doors, wash trough and the panels behind the toilets were orange and the rest of the fitted washroom furniture, such as the cubicle dividers, was blue.