Bathroom Flooring with Style

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Monsieur Incidental and I moved in together some ten or so years ago now 

It was just the two of us and we rented a lovely little two bedroom house in a quiet cul-de-sac (it sounds much more posh than it was). It was just the right size for the two of us, apart from the kitchen which was the size of a postage stamp. There were a few niggles though…

The house had not been decorated for a good 15 to 20 years

The lampshades were big glass ball things embossed with flowers which Monsieur Incidental would hit his head on regularly. The carpets were an unpleasant colour – the one in the spare room was bright pink (say no more) and, my biggest bugbear, the bathroom had a carpet.

Now, I don’t know about you but in my opinion carpets DO NOT belong in bathrooms. They do not belong in any room which contains water or, worse still, a toilet. 

But what DOES belong in a bathroom? I hear you ask. Well the answer is LVT or Luxury Vinyl Tile flooring to you and me

Vinyl LVT is your choice for areas that need practical, hard wearing and easy to clean flooring. But don’t worry, just because it is practical and hard wearing doesn’t mean it isn’t stylish. Luxury vinyl flooring comes in a variety of styles

What styles of LVT can I buy?

Suitable for not only bathrooms but also kitchens and dining rooms or wherever you have high traffic areas – I’m thinking entrance halls here – LVT is available in all sorts of styles such as wood, stone and marble. Not only that but they are available in different colours. Furthermore the range also includes three finishes, embossed, stone embossed and textured. If you like a gloss finish then embossed is the way to go, stone embossed has a similar finish but with the texture of stone and textured is, well, textured.

Why should I buy Luxury Vinyl Tile flooring?

As I have said above it is the perfect flooring option for bathrooms and kitchens as it is fantastic value for money, hard wearing and most important it’s waterproof. It might look like wood (or stone, or marble) but it won’t wear like wood.  On top of that it is slip resistant which is essential for bathrooms where floors can get wet and slippery.

 

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