Skip to content
Talk to one of our Flooring Experts - (407) 792-5823
Talk to one of our Flooring Experts - (407) 792-5823

Bathroom Flooring

First things first, when it comes to bathroom flooring solutions, you need to keep in mind that your flooring must withstand regular exposure to water and high humidity. 

If your household includes children or pets, a durable, slip-resistant surface can serve as a measure of precaution and handle spills and potential accidents. 

If the bathroom is primarily meant to be used by guests, flooring that combines style with easy cleaning and maintenance might be the smart choice.

Finally, factor in the size of your bathroom. Flooring designs and the way you arrange planks (or tiles) can actually play tricks with your space. Small spaces may benefit from large-format tiles to create a sense of space, while intricate patterns can add charm to compact areas, and planks vertically aligned to the point of entrance can create a feeling of spaciousness.

Practicality vs. Comfort

When it comes to bathrooms, practicality takes the edge over comfort. While most bathroom flooring materials are hard and cold, they are often compatible with in-floor heating installations that can provide a warm feeling under your feet if comfort is a priority.

Overall, practicality comes first, and any comfort features are extra since the bathroom floor needs to withstand the daily rigors of water and humidity.

Features You'll Want in Bathroom Flooring Include:

  • Waterproof or highly water-resistant materials
  • Slip resistance for safety
  • Easy to clean and maintain for hygiene
  • Durability to withstand dropped items and overall wear
  • A style that adds to the overall aesthetic of your bathroom

Suitable Flooring Options

Ceramic or porcelain tile is a classic bathroom choice due to its waterproof quality and a vast range of design options. It is also very easy to keep tiles clean as they are completely stain-resistant and require minimum maintenance.

As a second solution, you have vinyl. Luxury vinyl planks are more budget-friendly options and are also easy to install. They might not be as stain-resistant as tiles, but they have a seamless look without grout lines of tile that can accumulate dirt. 

Not all LVP is suitable for bathrooms, but you can find products with superior water resistance, especially if you want to bring the looks of wood to your bathroom. 

Liberty Home

Mannington

Proximity Mills

Proximity Mills

TRUCOR

TRUCOR

Raskin

Mannington

Mannington

Armstrong Flooring™

Armstrong Flooring™

Armstrong Flooring™

TRUCOR

TRUCOR

TRUCOR

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington

Mannington