Shaw FloorsContemporary Bathroom, Atlanta
What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. It’s versatile. Because vinyl is generally scratch-resistant and nonporous, you can install it in any room of your home, including wet zones such as kitchens, bathrooms and mudrooms, as well as in high-traffic areas like living and family rooms. The only place you shouldn’t install vinyl is outdoors. It can warp when exposed to heat.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Bathrooms are a place where LVP can really be of use with there being so much water that is used there you wont have a worry because of the moisture resistance that comes with said LVP. The photo was posted by Shaw and as a matter of fact they produce some of the best if not THE best LVP floors.