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We all want our bathroom to be beautiful and welcoming. With a bit of careful planning, it can quickly be done, so we’ve put together this quick blog about the top flooring materials for a bathroom. Let’s get to it!
This option is the most obvious choice [the safest in terms of the environment, least maintenance, and best looking]. It is attractive, warm, and luxurious. There are two options under this: Porcelain and ceramic.
- Porcelain: This option is great for bathrooms. It is more robust, impervious to scalding hot water, easy to clean, and non-absorbent. It is available in various colors and patterns, including marble, slate, travertine, rustic fleck, and terrazzo.
- Ceramic: Ceramic tiles are also ideal for bathrooms since they are moisture-resistant and do not necessarily require glazing, unlike porcelain which needs glazing. As far as allergens are concerned, ceramic tiles, just like porcelain tiles, are great as they don’t hold air or dust that can cause or worsen conditions. Ceramics are also affordable.
This option is great for bathrooms because it is effortless to clean and maintain. It does not crack or become brittle, especially with proper installation. It is waterproof and does not absorb moisture. Vinyl flooring can pass the flame test and resist most household chemicals and solvents.
- Engineered wood
This option has the natural appeal of wood but with durability that can last for decades. It is available in many types and finishes, so you’ll have many options to fit your style preference. It is resistant to moisture, stains, scratches, and dents when installed properly, so it is easy to clean.
- Laminate flooring
Laminate is easy to clean, moisture resistant, and adds a sophisticated, modern look to your bathroom. It is also resistant to scratches, dents, and stains. It also comes in a wide variety of colors and styles. Warmth is its main selling point since it is an excellent heat insulator. Plus, it has an effortless installation.
- Natural stone
Last but not least, this is a natural, beautiful option. It is the most robust and durable option and significantly increases the home’s value. There are many types of stones, ranging from marble to granite.
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