What flooring do you have in your utility room?

(9 Posts)
Sinkingfeeling Mon 26-Nov-12 00:06:12

Planning a house renovation and we'll have a utility room with a shower room leading off it. We'd like to have the same flooring in both. What do you have?


Poncy porcelaine ones (don't ask, they came cheap). They look phantastic, but stain hmm.
Given my time again, I'd go for ordinary ceramic tiles.

cjdamoo Mon 26-Nov-12 00:17:34

Tiles grubby manky tiles that need replacing

CointreauVersial Mon 26-Nov-12 00:19:45

Tiles. Dark grey, to hide the mud.

sendo Mon 26-Nov-12 02:12:25

Ceramic tiles - neutral shade bought in bulk from the clearance section of a local tile shop. Also on the floors of the main bathroom and guest ensuite.

VestaCurry Mon 26-Nov-12 02:58:13

Dark grey tiles. Oblong ones. Look good. Also have them in kitchen and bathroom. They were a disontinued line where we negotiated a good discount. Got spares too just in case.

In my laundry, I have cement, painted green. In my bathroom, I have white tiles, and in the loo itself, for some reason it's blue mosaic. All the way up to the ceiling.

Lavenderhoney Mon 26-Nov-12 03:49:25

Ceramics in white. Practical but boring. Always looks nice and clean though.

conorsrockers Mon 26-Nov-12 06:27:09

Stone tiles - dark grey ....

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