Your Personal Space
In the bathroom flooring is important. The world today gives us so many responsibilities and distractions to attend to that we all seek some kind of oasis of peace. Frequently in our homes, it is our bathrooms that we retreat to for some quiet “me” time. Whether the style of this room is classic, spa-inspired, conservative or glitzy, the most important part of this room is going to be the floor. You want the bathroom flooring to be safe and durable while reflecting your personal taste.
When choosing a bathroom floor there are some key considerations you must make. Our designers can help you determine the issues unique to your bathroom and find the right solutions.
- Your distinctive style should always be a consideration. As other factors shape the options for your bathroom floor, your style will help you navigate the myriad of color and design options available for your bathroom floor.
- Do you have children and/or pets that will be sharing the space? Hardwood flooring can create a warm inviting look in the bathroom but if there is going to be a lot of wear and tear on the floor you may want to look at wood look tile or Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)
- Budget should always be a consideration. You can find new options with even small changes to your budget. Do you have a budget you’d like to strictly adhere to, or do you have a little wiggle room in your wallet? Our designers can help you find options that will match your style AND your wallet.
Are you planning on staying in your home for 5 years or less or is this your forever home? A new floor will improve the value of your home but only to a certain point. If you are planning on selling soon you will want to make sure your floor maximizes the resale value. If this is your forever home, then your personal dream floor awaits!
- There are so many flooring material possibilities when it comes to the bathroom. Because there is a high likelihood of water on the bathroom floor, carpet and hardwood are not as common as some of the more water friendly materials. We have listed the best types of flooring materials for bathrooms below.