The type of flooring you use in a bathroom should be water resistant, easy to clean, durable and beautiful to boot.
› Porcelain or ceramic tile: A popular flooring option for bathrooms, these porcelain or ceramic tiles are versatile, relatively inexpensive and stand up well to moisture. They also come in an endless array of colours and styles.
› Vinyl: If you’re on a budget, vinyl planks, sheets or tiles are a great choice. Waterproof and easy to maintain, this flooring type is a great option for bathrooms, but may not look as chic as other materials.
› Natural stone: For luxurious bathrooms, granite, marble and other types of natural stone make a great choice. Some are waterproof, but others may need to be sealed yearly.
› Cork: Made from the bark of cork trees, this material is mildew and mould resistant, comfortable to stand on and a sustainable, eco-friendly flooring option. However, it isn’t entirely waterproof, so it’ll need to be coated yearly with a sealant. Any of these options can be used to create a stylish and hardworking floor. Just be sure to choose something that you’ll appreciate for years to come.