Today we propose that look at the ground to choose the one you like the most, or the one that suits you best, bathroom.
Usually the bathrooms are small rooms (more than we would like), which usually determines the choice of finishes. However, its -normally- small size can be an advantage for the more daring and the floor and / or any wall of the bathroom (usually the one at the bottom or the bathtub / shower), can be the perfect canvas to unleash our creativity.
Trends with bathroom finishes they are various and can be antagonistic. One of the most prominent trends is choosing (very) discreet finishes for the bathroom floor. As of no bathrooms. I refer, for example, to the choice of wooden floors that can be laminated wood (except for the shower), or porcelain or vinyl imitating wood. Another example is the soils of continuous floor finishes, with hardly any cutting such as microcement, or with large-format porcelain pieces that seek this effect.
Large-format porcelain tile flooring
Another trend for bathroom floors is the opposite. The one to make the floor stand out and show it off. You can design a floor that attracts attention thanks to tiles with fun and powerful designs or dare, on the floor with different finishes such as terrazzo.
In addition to floors that try to pass missing or attract attention, you can also look for a classic flooring for your bathroom. Tile floors and their infinite possibilities (the classics that are reinvented) are in this category.
If you want to be discreetly elegant and that the looks go to the ground you can also resort to the floors of small tiles of geometric forms.
The hexagons (as on cover), the shapes of scales, or more traditional but the squares or rectangles of small shapes force to work the floor and the result is elegant and timeless. Especially if you choose dark tones like dark gray which, by the way, is a basic that never fails on the bathroom floor.
An original cutting of scales for the floor.
The bathroom that Emily Hendersen designed for Garance Doré, with a tiled floor as small as the wall.
A dark gray large tile floor is never wrong with it.
Cover image @houseliftdesign
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