[Woodenfloor] Woodenfloor Does Anyone Have Experience With Wood Floor In Bathrooms I’m Going Round In Circles With Stone And Marble Floor And Can’t Find What I Want I Absolutely Love The Look Of Wood Floor

Woodenfloor Does Anyone Have Experience With Wood Floor In Bathrooms I’m Going Round In Circles With Stone And Marble Floor And Can’t Find What I Want I Absolutely Love The Look Of Wood Floor

Does anyone have experience with wood floor in bathrooms I'm going round in circles with stone and marble floor and can't find what I want. I absolutely love the look of wood floor in a bathroom. We're having a wooden floor in our bedroom and dressing room but I'm just nervous about the practicality of it. ===================================== bathroom wood woodenfloor bathroomgoals bathroomdecor interior interiors interiordesign interior123 interior125 mystyle decor deco luxe property home house newhome build renovation renolife reno housegoals interior9508

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  1. newroad_newproject says:

    We have wood flooring in main bathroom where we are temporarily living. I personally don’t like it. And near the bath the flooring has gone a bit black, where over the years water has dripped on it. A friend of ours has long rectangle tiles which are wood effect and they look great. Maybe that’s an option? X

  2. havenlyhome says:

    I have solid planks in a bathroom, which I don’t think have aged well at all with the amount of water on them. I wonder whether engineered would be better? I’ve also had large marble tiles and it’s also not aged well, with a number of stains from water puddles and especially from accidentally leaving a pair of jeans on the floor whilst we went away, which left rust stains from the zip! 🙈 There’s some amazing wood effect tiles around. I saw some high end ones at a show in Paris a few weeks ago.. have you considered them? Or perhaps herringbone marble mosaics, which you can pull up in small areas if you get any staining without replacing the whole floor 🎉

  3. d4wnstirling8 says:

    You can get lovely wood effect tiles which are beautiful. We had them in our last house xx

  4. 1930s_semirenovation says:

    I've seen some gorgeous wood effect tiles that I've been looking at too- that's the route I think I'm going to go. not heard great things about wood x

  5. brassroseinteriors says:

    To achieve a wood floor in our bathroom projects that give a warm feel rather than tiles, we use a @polyflorltd Camaro range which is suited to wet areas such as bathrooms, it’s laid as a sheet but has the texture and plank effect of a wood floor and it extremely realistic! I think Karndean do a similar product but have no experience with them @buckinghamshire_renovation

  6. brassroseinteriors says:

    The range is Polyflor Expona Control, it’s on our highlights section @buckinghamshire_renovation

  7. countrybrumkin says:

    @buckinghamshire_renovation I had engineered wood in my last bathroom. I found it to be ok but I was very cautious of wiping up the puddles that the kids made when they were in it and also from washing my hair etc. I think if you’re careful it would be ok and def engineered rather than solid. The only thing that annoyed me was I had my dressing table and chair in there and the chair left awful scratches over time which was a pain. There are some lovely wood effect tiles but they can feel cold x

  8. countrybrumkin says:

    @buckinghamshire_renovation I had engineered wood in my last bathroom. I found it to be ok but I was very cautious of wiping up the puddles that the kids made when they were in it and also from washing my hair etc. I think if you’re careful it would be ok and def engineered rather than solid. The only thing that annoyed me was I had my dressing table and chair in there and the chair left awful scratches over time which was a pain. There are some lovely wood effect tiles but they can feel cold x

  9. ahomecalledsylvans says:

    We have wood effect tiles in our en suite and kids bathroom. The ones in our en suite are a white washed wood effect, they are lovely and you can have underfloor heating with them which you can’t with real wood as it warps. Have a look at my bath pic on my feed but I can message you more info if you like xx

  10. mrs_bucket_bakes says:

    How about Karndean? More practical for a bathroom and not so much of a worry! We have a lime-washed oak and it looks really natural! X

  11. rmconstructioncambridge says:

    We recently laid Trunk flooring engineered parquet on a project. We laid this in the master ensuite which is generally less prone to the abuse of a family bathroom. The point to consider the most is the UFH. A normal electrical system starts at around 200W output which is sufficient for warming the floor but not the room. The engineered board from Trunk stipulated a max 80W output which is very low but necessary to ensure a gradual warming through to avoid any damage. A good subfloor and minimal moisture during laying are essential. Good luck deciding!

  12. buckinghamshire_renovation says:

    @rmconstructioncambridge that is so helpful, thank you - we're using Truck engineered flooring for our house and were planning to use this for the master bathroom too (not the family bathroom). What is your opinion on the 'wear and tear' aspect?

  13. buckinghamshire_renovation says:

    @rmconstructioncambridge do you also recommend a heated towel rail for the room? We have a vaulted ceiling in the bathroom, so wondered whether it could end up quite cold?

  14. rmconstructioncambridge says:

    You're welcome. It really comes down to the obvious statement that nothing will be as hard-wearing as a stone floor but if you want it and have it then you'll have to treat it a bit more carefully to keep it from any damage! Your junction details with shower trays and baths need some thought to stop water getting in. A big bathroom would benefit from heating so if you're not having a radiator get a heated towel rail that gives sufficient heat output even when towels are placed on it.

  15. ourrenovationruncon says:

    We’ve got tile that look like wood, they’re great

  16. fripperyhill says:

    We were heavily advised against doing this, so didn’t in the end. But agree the look is gorgeous x

  17. the_not_so_white_house says:

    No, mo experience but have you looked at porcelain wood effect tiles? I’ve been looking and I like them. Perhaps the best of both worlds?

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