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If you don’t have extensive experience in home remodeling, Choosing the Right Flooring for Your Bathroom may present you with a particular dilemma. You may consider epoxy flooring for your bathroom as it is non-slip and aesthetically-pleasing as well.
Natural Stone has long been recognized for its warming colors and rich texture that is nearly impossible to mimic when scrutinized next to synthetic materials.
“Natural stone has been popular for use on floors for centuries and for very good reason. Stone tile brings the colors and texture of nature to our homes and adds a quality and warmth to a room that’s not possible with any other material.”
-Excerpt via Houzz.com
For a detailed account of 6 of the most popular natural stones, check out this article we found on Houzz.com. They do an excellent job of outlining the benefits and drawbacks of each material. This will help you determine which choice is best for your application.
Natural Stone Floors: Slate, Travertine, Sandstone, Marble, and Granite
Durability is one of the determinant factors that prospective buyers consider when purchasing flooring which can undergo services like floor sanding London. Did you know that both the Roman Colosseum and St. Peter’s Basicila were both constructed out of Travertine? The Colosseum has been standing for nearly 2,000 years! Like any other product, durability and lifetime are largely affected by the manner in which upkeep and maintenance are tended to! Best of all, these natural stones are very easy to clean!
One thing that homeowners love about marble flooring is the fact that they are truly unique and will never look generic! These stones are extracted from the earth so each individual tile will have its own unique tone, pattern, and variation! No two stone tiles will have the same pattern because of this. Tip: Be sure to order extra tile from a trusted tile dealer to avoid purchasing a second batch that has divergent tones/patterns!
For your upcoming home improvement projects such as your flooring, I recommend Roanoke home improvement service by Rosen Contracting.
Luscious Creamy Marble top on the Cortona Vanity. (via: Tradwinds Imports)
Have a fancy for marble, check out these dazzling Bathroom Vanities with Marble Countertops! This is a great way to accentuate continuity in your bathroom design!
More Bathroom Flooring Tips:
- How to Tile a Bathroom Floor Yourself
- Install Heated Flooring for Less than What You’d Expect!
- Raising the Bar with Curbless Showers
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Cheryl Khan is an interior designer and freelancer who has attempted many different styles and themes when it comes to bathrooms. She believes that each and every layout must be tailored and personalized to meet the homeowner’s preference. In this way, an authentic design is created each and every time!