Bathroom Flooring Ideas: 3 Styles You’ll Want For Your Bathroom
Bathroom flooring ideas like these can be in your bathroom. That’s because these designs are MOG originals. Since we’re Georgian natives we have a good grasp on what’s popular in the Acworth area. Let’s take a look at 3 styles of bathroom flooring we like to use.
Kim can’t let anyone see it.
If she’s being honest with herself she can hardly stand to see it like this. She needs to take action before family comes over for the holidays.
She has a few ideas in mind already. All she needs is to find a contractor who can make her vision a reality. Kim hops on the Internet to see who she can find. Her plan is to look at the work contractors near her are doing and see if any appeal to her.
Kim comes across a contractor whose work she loves. The bathroom flooring design ideas on their website look amazing and are along the lines of what she wants.
The 3 bathroom flooring ideas are:
- Beige ceramic tiles made to look like marble. There is also a mosaic tile river running from the door to the bathtub.
- Dark ceramic tile made to look like hardwood.
- Lighter ceramic tile that looks like hardwood. It also has a mosaic splash in front of the shower that looks like the shower floor is splashing out.
Let’s see why Kim likes these ideas so much.
Bathroom Tile Floor Idea: Flowing Mosaic River In Tile
Kim’s favorite bathroom floor idea looks like a river of mosaic pieces among a sea of tile.
The ceramic tile looks like beige marble. It matches perfectly with the shower floor and the backsplash around the bathtub.
She notices the mosaic tiles run from the door to the bathtub, as though enticing her into taking a hot bath.
It’s fun, unique, and pleasing to the eye. It’s almost everything she wants for her own bathroom floor.
Kim likes ceramic tiles for several reasons. The biggest reason is it can be made to look like almost any other material (hence the marble look). They are also water-resistant, durable, and easy to maintain.
The next idea she loves looks like it’s made from a material bad for bathroom floors.
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Bathroom Flooring Idea: Calmingly Dark Hardwood
Kim highly doubts it’s actually a hardwood bathroom floor.
It would be way too much maintenance to keep it damage-free. She suspects ceramic tiles again (though it’s actually vinyl). But she loves the look:
The dark hardwood isn’t as blindingly bright as white tiles can be. This will be great for mornings. The glare from the tiles won’t make her blink as her eyes try to adjust to the light.
Kim feels as though the darkness of the wood actually has a calming effect. It makes her want to take a long shower and wash the stress of the day away…
The third idea, however, just might be the one.
Idea For Bathroom Flooring: Ceramic Hardwood With A Splash
Kim is considering getting this combination of the previous 2 bathroom floors:
This time the ceramic tile looks like a combination of hardwood and tile.
She sees that it’s light enough to make the bathroom feel peppy but dark enough so that it isn’t glaringly bright.
There’s also a neat little mosaic splash right in front of the shower. It’s like the shower floor tiles are leaking out onto the bathroom floor.
Kim really likes the mosaic splash. It’s cute and unique, like a miniature version of the mosaic river in the first idea.
Kim clicks on the “Schedule A Consultation” button so she can start transforming her bathroom.
Which Bathroom Flooring Idea Is Your Favorite?
Mosaic river, dark hardwood ceramic, or the combination? The fun part about these styles is that each one is unique, much like no slab of marble looks exactly like another. This means your bathroom would be one-of-a-kind.
Wouldn’t you love to remodel your bathroom like this >>