I love the bathroom flooring in the design because it is so lavish and elegant looking. For years I have wanted marble floor tile in our bathroom, but after I realized that it can be a safety hazard because of how slippery it is, not to mention a pain to maintain, I started looking into other options. This gorgeous master retains the elegance that I love from marble, but they actually used a granite tile. It is much safer, durable and more affordable, but the lighter shades and simplistic pattern give it the same chic look of marble. Paired with the beautiful white vanities and gold fixtures, the bathroom tiles create such a lavish (and envious) design.
I can't decide if I want to replace the bathroom flooring in our master bath or if I want to try to upgrade the look through other means. I don't really like the beige porcelain material they used, but it is installed on the main area, tub surround and shower floor tile so replacing it would mean basically ripping up everything in the room. That would be a ton of money and effort so I am wondering if I could make other changes without completing gutting the space. I have considered retaining the bathroom tiles design but swapping out the rustic style vanity with a more traditional and elegant white paneled unit. I could add some type of marble look countertop with beige undertones to tie in the current floors but make the room look more high end. What do you think?
This marble mosaic tile is just the prettiest bathroom flooring I have ever seen. I love how elegant and chic it looks paired with subtle grey bathroom color ideas used on the vanities and walls. Even though the design is quite monochromatic, there is enough texture and pattern to each of the elements such that the room does feel "decorated." I would love to use these photos as inspiration and replicate this look in my master suite. Our current vinyl flooring bathroom looks very outdated but it has a good layout and I think a lot of potential to look like this. Simply swapping out the floors and painting our vanities would go a long ways to make it look like my inspiration room.
Bathroom flooring can have a remarkable impact on the overall style of your space because it quite literally provides the foundation to your design. I think that the best flooring for bathroom is porcelain or ceramic tile in a neutral pattern that can blend well with a variety of decor styles and is not dependent on the particular tastes of the homeowners. You never know when you may need to sell your home, so it is important that your more permanent decorative elements can be easily transitioned among styles. When we were preparing this home to sell, we renovated the bathroom slightly by installing these porcelain floor tiles to give it a more updated and upscale look. They brightened up the space and gave a great monochromatic detail to amplify the already pretty space.
There has been a lot of buzz surrounding new bathroom flooring products for 2022 because several companies have been coming out with these new and improved wood/tile hybrid planks. I love the idea of installing something more solid and durable than bathroom laminate flooring that still gives the same great look of hardwood. Tile is so much more durable than wood, especially in a space like this that is filled with moisture and humidity. A great wood tile works especially well in a large bathroom layout like this because there is enough room to really see and appreciate the wide planks and beautiful wood grain detailing that they incorporated.
Bathroom flooring is one of my favorite elements to pick out because it can have such a huge effect on the overall look of the design. Most people don't think of bathroom floor tiles as a major design decision, but it can actually influence so many elements in the space. The floor tile touches nearly everything -- wall paint, vanities, tubs, wall tile, showers etc. -- so the coloring and undertones much blend perfectly with each and every one of these elements in order for the design to be cohesive. For this reason, I generally find bathroom tile ideas for the floor first before I really get started on anything else, that way I know what I want the foundation to the style to be.