Bathroom Floor Trends
Categories: Flooring | November 8, 2016
Last month we wrote about upcoming kitchen floor trends and how to stay ahead of the curve. This month we decided to continue on course and write about bathroom floor trends. Bathroom floors have many different requirements and demands than kitchen floors. Kitchen floors need to be able to withstand spills, grease, and heavy foot traffic, whereas bathroom floors need to be able to tolerate generous amounts of water that can spill over from bathtubs, showers and sinks. When choosing the appropriate type of bathroom floor it is important to consider both practical and stylish options. Kingston Flooring offers many different types of bathroom floors that will help with both practicality and design. Keeping that in mind, here are 3 of the latest bathroom floor trends:
Laminate flooring disguised as wood flooring
In the past, hardwood flooring and bathrooms haven’t always meshed well but that doesn’t mean you can’t achieve the look of hardwood flooring with the durability of laminate flooring. Many new homes are adding the timeless appeal of hardwood to their bathrooms with laminate tiles that resemble wood. With a bathroom floor trend like this, maybe it is possible to have your cake and eat it too.
Floor to Ceiling Tile
Contrary to popular belief, a contrast between bathroom flooring and ceiling isn’t always necessary to achieve a stylish bathroom design. Many modern homes are actually using the same bathroom floor surface on their bathroom walls. Not only does this look incredible but it helps the bathroom appear much large than it actually is.
You knew this one was coming. One of the most popular upcoming bathroom floor trends is heated flooring. Over the years, bathroom floors have traditionally been quite cold to the touch. This is because most bathroom floors use some type of laminate flooring, vinyl flooring, or tile flooring. There are quite a few benefits to installing heated bathroom floors. Heated bathroom floors help keep bathroom flooring dry while simultaneously keeping your feet warm. It is safe to say that heated bathroom floors are one of the hottest bathroom flooring trends at the moment.
For all of the latest in bathroom floor floor trends, stay up-to-date with Kingston Floors. If you have any questions about bathroom floors or would like to request a free estimate, please visit our website or call us at 604-852-0951. We are pleased to answer any questions about flooring that you may have. Our team has over 17 years of experience and specializes in all types of bathroom flooring including hardwood, carpet, laminate, vinyl and tile.