SO MUCH PINK: Mr. Bubble-themed bathroom #Decor & Decorating#bathrooms#pink#toys January 15 | Guest post by Jenni Memories of my childhood include long, long bubble baths with Mr. Bubble and my color-changing Hot Wheels. I always wanted a pink Mr. Bubble bathroom when I moved out of my parents house, so here it is… EVERYTHING is pink, including the shower curtain, toilet brush and garbage can. My mom found the patent for Mr. Bubble on Ebay, and I had it framed. My mom also found these knobs. Most of the toys are from when I was a kid, including the vintage soap-on-a-rope, and bath toys. It's Mr. Bubble time! This is just a taste of all the toys in our house, though! Okay, fess up. Who else has an awesome themed bathroom or room of any kind that you've been scheming since childhood? Join our community! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Jenni PREVIOUS How do we break it to our family members that we're Child-Free? NEXT Surviving toddlerhood: sleep training, meal negotiating, and discovering How It Really Is Show/Hide comments [ 15 ] I love this bathroom! I have wanted a Pretty Pink Goth bathroom for about a year, now. Bright pink walls, black wainscoting, chandelier, lots of skulls. Maybe a framed Gashlycrumb Tinies. My partner says no, but might be persuaded to a Deep Red Goth bathroom, which is apparently more butch. 5 agree Reply That is an AWESOME bathroom theme! I always wanted a Winnie-the-Pooh themed guest room. Maybe someday! Right now our guestroom is also going to be housing the boyfriend's Lego collection, and that doesn't really fit in the 100 Acre Woods. Reply My guest room will be featuring a purple and bright pink bed and my boyfriend's 400+ Transformers 1 agrees Reply I have a vintage-pinup 1/2 bath. Only one actual pinup picture, but the accessories are birds/oriental, a small vintage-looking clock, and a corset waste-basket. 2 agree Reply I have a Nintendo Themed gaming room full of 1000's of dollars of collectibles. I WILL submit something, promise! 2 agree Reply My bathroom is accidentally butterfly themed. I looked at it one day and realized everything in it has butterflies… Next time I move, the bathroom will be intentionally butterfly themed, and hopefully look less half-assed. Reply Fun fact: C Howards Violet Scented mints (& gum) are Mr. Bubble Flavored Reply I decided when I was eight (and The Little Mermaid was the greatest thing EVER) that one day I would have a mermaid bathroom. At the time, I'd been intending that to mean a big mermaid mural on the wall, but since I rent, I've compromised on a bunch of mermaid posters and artwork. And there's a two-headed shark, too. Reply Man, I love me a good themed room. Plus pink is a cool bathroom color. I see a lot of blues and greens (which are awesome too), but pink is a nice little surprise. Plus, I would feel all girly and cute getting ready in that bathroom. 3 agree Reply Bathrooms are such a great space for themes – they're small so a little bit of decor goes a long way, and for some reason a whimsy seems totally appropriate in the loo, where for some people a themed living room or bedroom is TOO Offbeat. This is definitely making me want to theme-out my bathroom. I currently have a few framed vintage postcards in mine (this and this) — any suggestions for how to build a theme around them? Reply Maybe some art-deco / mid-century accessories? Also,I completely agree with you about themed bathrooms. A themed kitchen or bed room has always felt too claustrophobic or something to me, but a themed bathroom? Fun! A friend in college had a yellow rubber ducky themed bathroom with about the same level of accessorizing as the featured Mr. Bubbles bath above. It was super cheery and fun. Reply LOVE IT!! Reply OMG that is the coolest bathroom ever!!! Reply cute Reply Oh my goodness! Do you have the Mr. Bubble t-shirt? As a kid, I spent HOURS pining for that shirt advertised on the box! 1 agrees Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Participate in this conversation via email No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.