Bathroom Flooring
sadonegan
May 18, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Help - I'm replacing the wall-to-wall carpeting in my condo with wood flooring. There's large tile in the bathrooms, which flow into the rooms with the wood. Do I carry the wood into the bathrooms?
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joyful_lady
I would keep tile. Wood and bathrooms can be problematic. Water & wood just don't do that well together. I have hard wood floors all lthrough my 1st level except master bath which is ceramic tile and laundry which is also tile. I do have a 1/2 bath in wood but no shower or tub so there isn't (shouldn't be) much dripping of water onto the floor.
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Ed
Hi Sadon, I agree with joyful_Lady -- I faced exactly the same decision as yours for my current remodel. I replaced the wall-to-wall carpeting in my condo with hard wood flooring, except for the 2.5 bathrooms where I installed porcelain tiles.
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ASVInteriors
Wood in a bathroom floor has no place (it was a trend a while back, and all those clients have since regretted the decision).
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