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Thursday, 01 September 2016 09:46

Room Guides: Bathroom Flooring

There was a time when the majority of bathrooms would have a disconcertingly thick pile carpet which seemed to be designed to absorb as much water as possible. Thankfully, those days have passed, and we now offer many stylish and practical bathroom flooring options.


A rug can be a cosy feature in an otherwise stark bathroom, as well as being easy to rearrange and clean. Typically, flat or low-pile rugs will work best. If you have a large bathroom, an area rug can give the room the hint of warmth it may otherwise be lacking. Click here to view our online rug gallery.

Vinyl Tiles

Vinyl tiles are a versatile way to floor your bathroom. From wood effect to bathroom tile style, they can be used to create interesting patterns and designs. They’re also slip resistant – saving you from the peril of treacherous ceramic tiling. Why not come along to one of our showrooms and try our state of the art Amtico Vinyl Design Centre? Click here to find out more.

Cushion Floor Vinyl

Cushioned vinyl floors come in the same wide variety of designs and colours as vinyl tiles, but can be laid in one piece. The cushioned floor is softer underfoot and, while it is still of a very high quality, it is a good option for customers on a tighter budget.

Wet Room

Wet rooms are increasing in popularity due to the minimal design style and practical solutions they offer. With a drain built into the floor and the walls fitted with waterproof safety flooring, there is no need for a shower tray. This style of bathroom is accessible to customers with mobility issues, especially those who require a wheelchair.

No matter what bathroom flooring you’re considering, come and meet our friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable staff at one of our Leicestershire showrooms.