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Bathroom floor and décor ideas

You have jotted down all the accessories that you have always desired to deck up your bathroom with, in order to transform it into a plush, cosy corner. However, have you contemplated on the flooring? Bathroom flooring should be chosen with great caution to prevent unnecessary accidents and falls, while keeping the décor factor in mind. Check out some great bathroom floor plans for your trendy washroom.

Bathroom floor options- conventional ones

Ceramic floor tiles Do you wish to lend your bathroom a retro theme, or do you wish to refurbish your niche of comfort into a chic, contemporary style? Regardless of your choice, using ceramic tiles is a brilliant way to plan your bath layout, given the delightful assortment of colours and styles that are available in the stores. Easy to maintain, cheap, and superbly equipped to thwart water, ceramic tiles also come in tinted grout - a fabulous option of décor tiles. Vinyl tiles Another inexpensive, tenacious bathroom flooring option with great water withstanding capacity are the vinyl tiles. If you happen to be a busy bee, hardly getting time to devote to frequent cleanings, this is just the perfect flooring for you. Laminate flooring If you want to endow your bathroom with a wooden mien, laminate flooring is a great idea to go with. The upper melamine “wear layer”, contrary to popular belief, is quite enduring and sturdy, while seams, that are adhered together, act as a bulwark against water trying to percolate inside. If your backdrop is of a wooden finish, laminate flooring will proffer a superb floor and décor idea. Granite flooring Make your bathroom the object of envy by bestowing it with a posh, classy look and opting for the exquisite granite flooring. Whether you have a sprawling shower room or you are on the lookout for small bathroom layouts, granite flooring will look awesomely elegant combined with your stainless steel bathroom accessories.

Bathroom flooring- some avant-garde varieties

Stone flooring Stone floorings come in a wide array of styles and textures such as marble, slate, limestone and the likes and they are quite exotic in appearance. However, if you have selected this type of flooring, you just need to watch out your step when the bathroom is wet to avoid slipping. Hardwood flooring Hardwood can accentuate the décor of your bathroom as well as match up to the pine or oak wood gear that you have furnished your house with. The only impediment to this is its susceptibility to water seeping inside through the gaps. Carpet If you are in for the bizarre and off-beat, carpet flooring will definitely suit your palate. Bathroom flooring should be chosen with care. Keep this purchase guide handy.

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