- Tile: Ceramic tile is durable, waterproof, and stain-resistant which makes it a popular choice when it comes to consumers. It works especially well for those who have children who like to sing and dance all over the bathroom floor. Ceramic tiles require little to no maintenance to keep clean, which is a big bonus for many consumers. Ceramic tile is also going to be one of your more budget-friendly flooring options.
- Vinyl: Vinyl flooring is going to be one of the cheapest options when it comes to bathroom flooring. Vinyl flooring has literally no limit when it comes to how many different colors and styles they have. Also, if you find tile flooring to be a little too hard, vinyl flooring feels a little softer on your feet. Which is nice right when you step out of the shower. Another impressive fact about vinyl is that if you are replacing an existing vinyl floor it will not require any demo work because new vinyl floor can often go right over the existing.
- Cork: Cork is an interesting option when it comes to bathroom flooring and not many people know that it's an option. Cork flooring is one of the most hypoallergenic flooring options you can choose from because it is naturally resistant to invasive organisms. So if you have trouble with allergies than a cork flooring option might just be for you.
- Concrete: If you are trying to go for the modern feel in your bathroom, a concrete floor is a great option. Concrete flooring gives you a lot of options when it comes to the look and the feel of it: troweled, smooth, or polished. Concrete floors are also eco-friendly which is a plus for me, and many others who appreciate environmentally friendly materials. Not only does concrete not deplete natural materials, it requires less energy than other floors to manufacture. And if you are a pet lover, concrete flooring is very pet friendly, their claws will not be able to scratch that floor up no matter how hard they try!
I hope this helped open your eyes to some of your options! What would you pick?
Till next time,