If you’re looking to give your bathroom remodeling the feel of a spa or of an outdoor oasis, start by looking down. Flooring can make a huge impact in such a small space. Here are some great ideas for eclectic bathroom flooring that can take your powder room from boring to breathtaking.
Bring a natural element to your bathroom with slate. Naturally non-slip, slate comes in a wide variety of colors and textures. Another great thing about slate is that it takes very minimal maintenance and if installed properly will take years before it needs to be resealed. If you’re looking to add character and class to your bathroom, slate tile is a great option.
Porcelain tile has been the go-to flooring for bathrooms for years, and for good reason. It is extremely resistant to scratches, stains and moisture, cleans easy and as is a very strong and long-lasting material. It can also be manufactured to look like natural stone, granite, limestone, marble and even woods, metals, and it also comes in many colors and patterns, so it offers a wide variety of looks and textures to suit any look you want to achieve.
If you’re looking to add a warm and inviting tone to your bathroom, then wood tile may be the choice for you. Wood tile comes in many different finishes, from light to dark, that are easy to maintain and clean. Plus, no big deal if it gets wet — these tiles aren’t actually made of wood, they’re just made to look like it.
Ceramic tiles comes in almost every pattern, shape, and size under the sun, so it’s a great addition any bathroom. Glazed ceramic tile is also impervious to high humidity and stains, which makes it an ideal material choice for a bathroom. These tiles are very strong and difficult to crack, not to mentino very cost-effective.
Another great natural stone tile, travertine tile has many benefits for the bathroom. It is extremely easy to maintain and clean, and it doesn’t tend to show water spots or soap scum, which can be the bane of your existence in a bathroom. Travertine also comes in a wide variety of colors, patterns, and size options that will make your design options nearly endless. — From Modernize
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