Bathroom Tiles and Flooring
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Laminate is Great. Believe it or not, laminate flooring comes in many different styles and finishes that allows you to find something that is suitable to your tastes. For example, many people love wood floors, however, when it comes to using wood floors in bathrooms, you run the risk of problems down the road because of water and moisture. If you like the look of wood, you’ll be happy to know there are laminates available that have the appearance of wood finish. Not only are you using a material that is very affordable, but it will serve your bathroom floor well for many years.
Upgrade your Bathroom Floors!
A bathroom renovation can prove to be a significant amount of work. When it comes to the time and investment required for your bathroom, you’ll want to make sure it’s done right the first time. Bathroom tile and flooring is one of those topics that deserves a fair amount of attention, your feet will thank us later! Keep these tips in mind as you are planning what materials to use for your bathroom floor:
How to Make your Bathroom Look Larger. In most homes, bathrooms get the short end of the stick and tend to be on the smaller side. Interestingly enough, one way to make the small bathroom look bigger is by choosing the right type of flooring. Light colored floors will give the impression that the room is more spacious than it really is. By using similar colors for the rest of the bathroom will only add to the same spacious look and feel.
The Merits of Ceramic. Ceramic flooring is a floor material that is affordable, attractive, and comfortable to walk on. As with many flooring types, there are many designs to choose from including different textures and colors. Ceramic also works great in a bathroom because of its waterproof quality.
Vinyl is also a Good Choice. Vinyl is durable, waterproof, and low maintenance. A triple combination that is hard to beat! Vinyl comes in many patters, colors, and styles, making it easy for you to find something that will be suitable to your bathroom design. Not to mention if the budget is a little tight, Vinyl is highly affordable.
The Pros and Cons of Marble. Everyone can agree that marble is absolutely beautiful and when used correctly, it can create awe like few materials are able to. The con of using marble in your bathroom is the simple fact that it is a porous material. What this means is that marble is prone to staining and absorbing moisture. As with most home remodeling projects, water absorption can mean big trouble down the road. For these reasons, we don’t recommend using marble for your bathroom remodeling project.