While many homeowners are exploring floor coverings like cork, natural stone and engineered wood for their bathrooms, there's something timeless about the look of gorgeous tile. According to Better Homes and Gardens, if you're going with a two-tone design, experimenting with your trim options is one of the easiest ways to create contrast in your redesigned room.
If you're going with a simple black white layout, start by using black tiles on the majority of the floors and using a white trim around the outside. To give the design added decorative pop, opt for an open bathroom vanity that will offer you a view of the floor and keep the aesthetic consistent.
No matter what color scheme that you decide to use, be sure to collect a few samples of tile and lay them out along your floor to see how they will blend with the room's aesthetic. Additionally, make sure that the light source you will be using in the redesigned space is there as well - tile can look very different in the showroom than it does in your washroom!
Your flooring is a major consideration in your design project, so make sure you explore every avenue before making a decision. What tips do you have for homeowners looking at bathroom flooring?
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