Choosing the right flooring material for a bathroom can be a challenge. The choice must be attractive, durable, and stand up to constant moisture. Here's a breakdown of some great choices.
Ceramic or porcelain tiles (above) are the classic choice for the bathroom floor. Available in a wide range of styles, sizes, and prices, it is the most common choice.
Pebble or glass pieces can be a unique solution for the bathroom floor. Available from manufacturers such as Modwalls, or sourced from the environment with a little work, they can be installed like tile to create a water resistant floor with texture.
Wood floors can be used with confidence in bathroom settings if properly sealed. This is great if you are looking for a seamless transition into the bathroom or if you love the warmth of wood. Be sure that the flooring you choose is sustainably harvested.
Linoleum is an outdated choice that is due for a comeback. Unlike vinyl, it is made from natural materials and is inherently antimicrobial. It is also scratch, fire, and water resistant, making it a perfect material for bathroom floors.