Top 5 Bathroom Flooring Trends for 2021

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New Year, New Me? How about New Year, New Bathroom.

Bathrooms generally stick to a handful of tried-and-true materials due to the sheer amount of water that the flooring will be exposed to. Hardwoods and most rugs are no-go’s, but there are still plenty of stylish, modern, and retro flooring styles to choose from to get the perfect bathroom look in 2021.

2021 Bathroom Flooring Trends

Interior design is always changing, and the new year brings new trends that could help elevate the look of your bathroom. Here are 5 of the top trends for bathroom flooring in 2021.

1.  Mosaic Tiles

Make your bathroom floor or wall a work of art with a pop of style, color, and design with dynamic mosaic tile designs. Mosaic tiles come in seemingly infinite amounts of designs, colors, shapes, and sizes meaning you can always find exactly what you are looking for or something that you might not have even thought of.

2.  Black and White Tile Designs

Blending modern design with a classical feel, black and white tile designs have come back around and are an extremely popular bathroom flooring trend going into 2021. This highly designed tile flooring gives a retro, high-class feel to a bathroom and is commonly matched with more luxurious décor like claw-foot tubs.

3.  Wood-Like Alternatives

In 2021, many people are turning to waterproof wood-like alternatives, such as vinyl or laminate flooring, to get the look of hardwood without the risk of potential water damage.

Both vinyl and laminate come in many designs and colors which give homeowners many options beyond just traditional looking brown woods. You can choose something that closely mimics hardwood or veer off into something more unique and modern like grey plank flooring.

4.  Natural Stone

A classic bathroom look, going with real stone can give your bathroom a natural look that is easy on the eyes, exceptionally durable, and unique. Most often made up of limestone, marble, granite or slate, natural stone is inherently water resistant. Natural stone gives your bathroom a high-end look that matches other earth tones and wood décor, while providing a long lifespan for your floor.

5.  Heated Floors

Nobody likes walking barefoot on a cold, wet bathroom floor, especially in winter. Many modern home designs are now implementing heated floors into most bathrooms to alleviate this problem and provide a more comfortable experience. Almost any type of flooring can be heated, but this is mostly found with stone or ceramic tile floors which tend to get cold easier.

Fell in love with one of these trends for 2021? Scharm Floor Covering carries all mentioned styles and materials! For more information on designs or flooring types, contact the flooring professionals at Scharm Floor Covering.


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