Which Type of Flooring is Best for a Bathroom?

As one of the busiest rooms in the home, the bathroom has to stand up to a lot of foot traffic, as well as the hot and humid conditions that come hand in hand with baths and showers. So, when thinking about your bathroom flooring, it’s beneficial to consider options that are both stylish and practical. Here, we take a closer look at the types of flooring best suited to bathroom use so you can make an informed decision when planning a bathroom revamp…

Luxury Vinyl Flooring (LVT)

Why is Luxury Vinyl Flooring Good to Use in a Bathroom?

  • Water-resistant
  • Cost-effective
  • Easy to clean
  • Click-fit system (easy to install)
  • Scratch and stain resistant
  • Durable
  • Hardwearing
  • Natural to the touch
  • Warm underfoot

Luxury vinyl flooring is water-resistant and largely unaffected by the humid conditions of the bathroom. A fuss-free option for the home, it is simple to install thanks to its handy click fit system, and it comes in a wide range of colours and styles. Durable and hardwearing, it is natural to the touch as well as being soft and warm underfoot – so you won’t be woken up with a shock from the cold floor in the morning!

Why is Laminate Flooring Good to Use on a Kitchen Floor?

  • Cost-effective
  • Easy to clean
  • Click-fit system (easy to install)
  • Scratch and stain-resistant
  • Durable
  • Hardwearing

Laminate flooring has an authentic look, with a range of lifelike stone and wood effect designs that bring a natural ambience to your bathroom. Durable, hardwearing and easy to care for, we have some stunning water-resistant options to choose from. Our selection of Quick-Step laminate flooring has Hydro Seal water repellent coating, which can withstand sitting water for up to 24 hours!

Hopefully, any questions you may have had about which types of flooring are best suited to use in the bathroom will have been answered after reading through that. If you’re suitably impressed by their features and benefits (and we can’t think of a reason why you wouldn’t be), then why not check out our full range of Laminate Flooring and LVT Click Flooring and see if any take your fancy by ordering a free cut sample?

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