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Bathroom Tile Flooring Options for Your Home

When it comes to choosing bathroom floor tiles they are one of the most important design elements in the room with a number of colourful and stylish options now available to choose from.

Bathroom Tile Flooring Options for Your Home

Bathroom flooring options are varied coming in a range of styles; however, tile is overwhelmingly the most popular choice. There is a multitude of materials to select from these days, which include vinyl, laminate, ceramic, porcelain and many more.

Ceramic, porcelain, and vinyl tiles are the most popular choice when it comes to choosing tiles for the home as they are the most practical.

Here are some options that can help you decide on the best bathroom floor tiles for your home.

Vinyl tiles for your floor
Vinyl is the most popular bathroom flooring material, because of its low cost and high degree of practicality.

Vinyl flooring is found in mainly the bathroom or the kitchen as it’s easy to clean, you are less likely to slip on it and heavy duty vinyl lasts a long time and doesn’t crack like tiles. Almost as important, vinyl tiles have come a long way in aesthetic appeal and ease of installation. The material is self-adhering and easy to cut and can even be cut with a utility knife, so you don’t need to purchase any additional equipment.

Ceramic and porcelain bathroom floor tiles
Ceramic and porcelain are the most popular options when it comes to purchasing tiles for your bathroom, whether your preference is stone, wood look-alikes or colours and patterns.

Ceramics are easy to maintain, but they are not nearly as comfortable to the bare foot as vinyl and aren’t as easy to install as vinyl, if you are a keen diy fan who likes to get stuck in and enjoy a challenge this could be one for you. Ceramic tiles will resist wear and scratches, but Porcelain tiles are harder than clay-based tiles and may be a better option for your bathroom if chipping occurs through wear and tear.

Glass bathroom floor Tiles
Glass floor tiles are a good choice for resisting slips as small glass tiles with lots of grout joints are slip-resistant. Glass floor tiles cover the floor in a thin layer of glass that creates the illusion of depth, and if the glass is tinted, you get a lovely stained-glass effect. 

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