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How To Choose The Right Floor For Your Bathroom
Kathy K..

Choosing the best type of flooring type for your bathroom depends on your budget, your personal tastes and preferences, and the size and layout of the room. Bathroom floors need to be tough and strong enough to withstand water leaks, while at the same time be comfortable enough on your bare feet.

Many people choose vinyl tile for their bathroom floors since it is relatively inexpensive, easy to maintain, and comfortable. Vinyl flooring also comes in a wide variety of patterns, styles, and colors to fit your decorating tastes. Ceramic tiles are also a popular, but slightly more expensive option, due to their beauty,durability, and comfort. Wood and marble flooring types are more expensive, and are generally not recommended for bathroom floors since they are easily stained and damaged. Wood flooring , in particular is prone to water damage, and marble flooring is soft and can easily be scratched and stained. With proper care and maintenance, these flooring types can be good options, however. Just be prepared to invest a little more time when it comes to cleaning and protecting them.

Natural stone is the most expensive, but also the most durable and stain resistant option. If your budget allowed, it is an option worth exploring. In general, carpet is not recommended for bathroom floors for obvious reasons. It is better to spend your money on a laminate or vinyl flooring option instead. If you are determined to have carpet in your bathroom, purchase a large fluffy bathroom rug instead that can be cleaned in the washing machine.

If your bathroom is small, you will want to avoid darker flooring colors, which can make the room look even smaller. One way to make a small space look larger and more inviting is to choose a flooring with a repeating pattern and match that to your walls and bathroom furnishings. You can also consider painting your walls the same color as the flooring that you choose. Cheerful and neutral colors are best, but bright colors, like robin's egg blue, look nice as well, especially when coordinated with the walls and other decorative elements.

When it comes to bathroom flooring, there are many options. Take the time to learn about all of your options and ask a flooring installation professional which one is the best for your bathroom. Even if you are on a limited budget and can't afford natural stone or ceramic tile, there are still many options available.

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