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Bathroom Flooring Options

Porcelain

When it comes to tiles for your bathroom, you should put porcelain at the top of your list. Made from clay that is fired and shaped at extremely high temperatures, porcelain is perfect for bathrooms. The material possesses hard exterior that resists water, bacteria, odors, and staining. Porcelain is also a great choice for your bathroom flooring as it is considered impervious to moisture. You will find porcelain tiles in a variety of shapes, including square, hexagonal and octagonal forms – this is a huge advantage if you want your remodeling contractors to personalize your bathroom and give it a unique look.

Natural Stone

If you want a stylish bathroom, consider natural stone tiles for the flooring. They offer a timeless look and feel, and if you maintain them properly, they can last a lifetime. Choose from various options like marble, limestone, and travertine. Each of these naturally occurring stones has its own unique tones, patterns, and textures, giving you a range of options to choose from. An experienced bathroom remodeling contractor will offer varied suggestions regarding which choice is best for the new construction in your home.

Vinyl

This is another popular choice for bathroom tiles and slabs as vinyl is both inexpensive and water resistant, making it highly practical. Vinyl is available in a wide range of colors and styles, so you can mix and match to create a unique look based on your personality and taste. Additionally, vinyl has a softer feel than other flooring materials imparting a comfortable feel to user’s feet.

Cork

One of the options that remodeling contractors recommend for bathroom flooring is cork. As it is made from the bark of a tree, cork is preferred choice among eco-conscious people. It is resistant to water as well as mold and mildew – characteristics that make it perfect for any bathroom. To keep water from seeping between gaps, you should choose unfinished cork and get the floor finished on-site.

Bamboo

This is another option made from a highly sustainable resource, making it eco-friendly. Bamboo is also an affordable option for bathroom flooring as it costs as little as half the price of hardwood floors. Engineered bamboo is the smartest choice for your bathroom because the planks are ideal for wet environments, easy to install, and extremely durable. When you choose bamboo, you can replace damaged pieces easily, which is another major advantage of using this material for bathroom flooring.

Wood/Laminate

This is a fantastic option that has been used since time immemorial by homeowners across the globe. Hardwood floors are fabulous as they create a classic and warm look in your bathroom. Engineered wood is made of a combination of real wood veneer and plywood and is more humidity resistant than solid wood. If you want wooden flooring for your bathroom, you will find many prefinished options that are water resistant and able to withstand heavy foot traffic.