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Bathroom Flooring

Bathroom Flooring

Just like in other areas of your home, choosing a new floor comes down to the appearance and functionality. When choosing a new bathroom floor, you should consider how it will perform on a daily basis. That means you should look for a floor that can handle water and humidity, and lots of it. Moisture will quickly ruin the wrong type of flooring. Washington’s Carpet One Floor & Home has curated the best selection of bathroom flooring for you to choose from. Before choosing a floor for your bathroom you should consider durability, appearance, cost, and ease of installation.



Best Bathroom Flooring Options

Stylish, practical, and functional, vinyl has been a popular choice for bathroom flooring year after year. Sheet vinyl flooring is your best option if extreme amounts of water are expected, like in a child’s bathroom or basement. Because it comes in large sizes, sheet vinyl can be installed with as few as zero seams in a small bathroom. Luxury vinyl plank and tile flooring, comes in large format options to limit seams. Since vinyl and luxury vinyl is so popular, there are thousands of style options available. Many of our vinyl options are 100% waterproof, and can handle life’s unexpected spills and will not expand or contract when wet or humid. 


Porcelain is the best tile for your bathroom, as it is waterproof, stylish, and cost-effective. Similar to natural stone, porcelain tile can achieve a rich, textured, solid feeling and like vinyl, it is waterproof and is fairly inexpensive. Today’s manufacturing technology can mimic the look of real hardwood detail in a tile. Best of all, tile cleans up well and resists even standing pools of water. Although tile is a colder and harder surface than vinyl, radiant heating systems can be laid under the tile. Wet tile is slippery. But texturing solves that problem. Smaller tiles are less slippery because more grout is used and the grout acts as a type of non-slip surface.


If you would like to learn more about what you need to know before choosing a new bathroom floor, be sure to visit our showroom. Our flooring experts are here to help you find the best floor for your home based on your wants and needs. 

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