Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Tile. October 13th , 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.
Rubber. Water splashes and dropped curling irons are no problem for heat- and water-resistant rubber floors. Plus, the surface isn’t slippery and it’s soft and springy underfoot. Fun and contemporary, this resilient floor is available in a wide range of colors, which run all the way through the material. It’s also easy to install and a snap to clean.
For homeowners who prefer to let nature drive their designs, stone is the way to go. It’s usually the most expensive flooring choice, but natural stone tile transforms an ordinary bathroom into a luxurious getaway. Stone tile gains rich character over time and lasts for decades. The surface can be cold and slippery, but radiant in-floor heat and slip-minimizing finishes can help address these concerns.
From luxe materials to new takes on old favorites, this year’s tile trends are a reflection of the growing demand for personalized design throughout the home, even in utility spaces. So whether you’re planning a bathroom overhaul or simply dreaming about your someday sanctuary, grab some inspiration from these stunning, artistic takes on bathroom tile. Who knows? You might just become a #tilephile, too.
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