Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Tile. October 11th , 2017.
Vinyl planks. Made to resemble hardwood, vinyl planks are a worry-free way to incorporate the look of wood in the bath. Features include true-to-life textures and beveled ends and edges, and they come in the same size as wood planks.
For a totally finished look, Wolf may suggest removing a window’s existing wood casing and replacing it with tile. "We call it ’picture framing’ the window," he explains. Wolf typically recommends a natural stone or ceramic border tile with some depth for the best results. And to really tie the look together, incorporate tile used elsewhere in the room.
have a confession to make: I’m a certified #tilephile. I am over-the-moon passionate about tile. I love looking at it, talking about, shopping for it and pinning it. I even married a tile guy (no joke). And lately, I just can’t get enough of all the fresh, gorgeous bathroom tile trends I’ve been seeing in my newsfeeds.
Engineered Hardwood. Formed by bonding together layers of hardwood, this engineered alternative dares to go where hardwood cannot. It lends the same warmth and riches as solid hardwood and comes in a wide variety of species, style, and color options. While not ideal for a busy bath where little ones splash, it’s a good option for powder rooms and guest baths. Be sure to check with the manufacturer regarding installation and warranty issues.
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