Bathroom Flooring Ideas
Add an element of style and sophistication into your bathroom with the use of our stunning bathroom tiles.
From wall tiles to floor tiles to complimenting mosaic tiles for borders, our range of bathroom tiles will compliment any bathroom.
I need bathroom flooring ideas. What are my options?
Solid wood or engineered wooden floors are popular throughout the home, but are not generally recommended for use in wet areas, and carpet tends to get pretty soggy in a bathroom – so the practical choice is between vinyl flooring and floor tiles.
While tiled floors can sometimes feel cold and hard, they’re the ideal choice if you’d like underfloor heating in your bathroom – and of course the underfloor heating will make your tiles feel pretty luxurious, even on a chilly winter morning!
Natural stone floor tiles
Beautiful, natural, and each one totally unique – natural stone tiles are a great looking way to add a little warmth and serenity to a bathroom.
Classic Beige Square Travertine
If you’re looking for bathroom flooring ideas which will help you create a soothing, spa-like space, then classic travertine, such as our beige square travertine tile (6352), is a natural choice. This stone lends a lovely warm and effortless look to a room and is suited to use on both walls and floors, so you can tile your whole room seamlessly. With colours from cream through to walnut, travertine tiles can be chosen in a shade to suit your particular bathroom.
Irish Cream Honed Marble Tile
Should you prefer a cooler, classically elegant style, stones such as our Irish cream honed marble wall and floor tiles (11008) offer a smooth, luxurious finish for your new bathroom; to add depth to a rustic bathroom design, textured slate could be the perfect flooring choice.
Stone effect and wood effect floor tiles
Perhaps you love a natural look, but you’d prefer to cut down on time spent taking care of your new bathroom floor: you may prefer to opt for porcelain tiles with a stone or wood effect finish.
With as many stone effect tiles available as there are different types of stone, you should have no trouble finding something to suit your style. And if you prefer the look of natural wood without the worry of water damage, wood effect porcelain tiles could be the option for you.
Trendwood Oak Natural Glazed Porcelain Rectified Floor Tile
Trendwood Oak(10952) is a porcelain tile with a gorgeous oak effect finish that’s easy to care for and looks great in any area of the home. Laid in the bathroom, it can help give your space a warm and welcoming feel, and will lift the look of the room, adding a luxurious edge to plain and simple white bathroom fittings. Pair it with natural travertine wall tiles to complete a stylishly rustic room scheme.
Porcelain or ceramic floor tiles
Last but certainly not least, ‘simple’ ceramic or porcelain floor tiles in solid colours or designed with patterns or textured surfaces are a great choice for many bathrooms. This is a good option to explore if you love uniform colour, want to create a pattern, or are simply looking for modern, stylish bathroom flooring ideas.
Quattro Beige Floor Tile
Choose textured or plain tiles and use one style across the full floor, or mix and match to create your own unique pattern. Mark out zones with different sizes, shapes, colours or finishes; add a border around your bathroom floor; build up a whole floor pattern with two or more colours of tile.
Black and white chess board patterns and other monochrome geometric patterns are a popular choice and look great in modern spaces as well as classic period styled bathrooms.
Quattro Black Floor Tile
And if you love monochrome style but would like to warm the look up a little, our Quattro beige (9963) and Quattro black (9966) matt glazed porcelain floor tiles are an excellent option: use them to create a softer, contemporary take on a classic geometrically patterned floor.
“With looks ranging from oak effect planking and slate effect tile to spa-style travertine and stylish polished marble (plus a host of colours, patterns, textures and sizes to choose from), you’ll find plenty of bathroom flooring ideas in our floor tiles section”