Bathroom flooring can set the
mood of an entire room. But even more important than appearance is how your
bathroom flooring will stand up to moisture. For this reason, vinyl floors and ceramic tiles are two of the most popular choices for bathroom floors. Both are
durable, inexpensive and water-resistant.

You’ll probably be barefoot in your bathroom, so you’ll also want to
consider how slippery your bathroom flooring is. Many vinyl and ceramic
flooring options come with textured surfaces to prevent falls. If you
enjoy the look of ceramic tile but worry it will be too slick, consider
using small tiles. The grout between each tile will provide a non-skid
surface.

While porous flooring options such as wood and stone
aren’t often used for bathroom flooring, that doesn’t mean you should
overlook them completely. Both need to be sealed before they can
withstand the humidity and occasional splashes that are common in
bathrooms. If a wood look is important you might want to consider engineered hardwood flooring for your bathroom as its much more resistant to humidity than solid hardwood floors. 

If you have any questions when
shopping for bathroom flooring, ask the experts at Floor Coverings
International Myrtle Beach for a free consultation.