I have seen soft grey used a ton in home decor lately, but never in bathroom flooring ideas quite like this. To be honest, I would have never thought to pair this simplistic flooring material with the rest of the bold tiles design that they used in this room. The walls and vanity have so many brown undertones, so the grey floor feels sort of random to me. At least, that is how I felt at first. Then I realized that the grey tile is almost a reflection of the soft shade on the ceiling and serves to bring light and balance to the space. It actually makes me want to consider these bathroom floor tile ideas for our master, just with a slightly different pattern on the wall (something a little less loud).
This beige tile (I am not sure what material it is) has always been on my list of least favorite bathroom flooring ideas but, alas, we just moved into a home and with it all over our master suite. Given our situation and the fact that I am really not wanting to pay to gut it all and install some type of new bathroom tiles design, I am going to need all the ideas and advice I can get for how to make this stuff work within my decor style. I started browsing around on here to see exactly what we can do with this stuff. If I had to pinpoint it, I would say that my style leans more traditional with a few touches of contemporary thrown in there.
Overall, I really like the state of our master, but I am stumped on what to do about bathroom flooring ideas because I feel that the plain white tile kind of dates the place. The walk in shower with all glass forward-facing walls feels very current to me and is pretty in line with the trending shower tile ideas 2020. Marble seems to remain popular with no signs of things changed, and the large soaking tub is an added luxury that is very "in" right now. Despite all of this, I still feel like there is something slightly off about the design. My first instinct is that it is the bathroom floor tiles because they are such a simple white pattern rather than a marble to mimic the shower.
I am so glad that I came on here months ago to look for bathroom flooring ideas months ago because if I had never looked through these galleries, I would have never found the inspiration to create this master bath. Everything that I saw and read on here seemed to say that marble or faux marble would be the best flooring for bathroom because it is a timeless look that is very neutral and could pretty much go with anything. In fact, we found our flooring first and then developed the entire design around it. Everything from the tub to the vanities and light fixtures were all chosen based on the bathroom tile ideas that we chose and, in my opinion, that was definitely the right move to making looking back on the whole project now.
Admittedly, I would have never even considered bamboo as bathroom flooring ideas, but we found this photo on here and our entire master suite design has basically been planned around it. Luckily we were able to find the exact same bathroom flooring that they used and we are going to put it on our floors and the walls of our shower. Faux wood tile for showers seems to be an ever growing trend these days, so combining that look with the bamboo seemed like a match made in heaven. The only thing I wanted to do different from this space is the color palette for all of the paint. I think that the grey and white that they chose looks nice, but is a bit bland for my taste.
What types of bathroom flooring ideas do you think that we could use in our master that would not necessitate us to completely gut all of the tile. I know some people probably think that we are crazy to just rip out the floor tiles, but the grout is nasty and quite a few of them are broken. My first thought was to do wood in here, but I was not sure how well it holds up in moisture and if it would look weird butted up against the tiled shower and tub. What do you guys think, is wood a definite no or should we consider it? If wood is out, I am wondering what types of tile flooring ideas we could pair with the old stuff. Because this home was built twenty years ago, I highly doubt that I can find an exact match.