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Aargh - bathroom floor

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Sprog19 Thu 11-Aug-16 17:17:57

Have just moved house and need to replace the cream carpet 😮 in the bathroom with a vinyl floor. Have sent away for about 12 samples from Karndean but nothing looks right. Any ideas? Have attached a photo of the room and one of the walls. It's very beigey but we can't afford to redo the whole room as yet.

ajandjjmum Thu 11-Aug-16 17:33:57

Amtico - dark wood effect plank?

Sprog19 Thu 11-Aug-16 17:48:35

I hadn't thought of anything dark - would that work, do you think?

wowfudge Thu 11-Aug-16 18:43:23

Go for wood look instead of tile look - polyflor is another brand worth looking at. A mid colour will hide hair and fluff best.

GiddyOnZackHunt Thu 11-Aug-16 18:48:31

We've got Rhinofloor cushioned vinyl in our bathroom. Lots of options.

nennyrainbow Thu 11-Aug-16 18:51:07

We have marmoleum in ours. There's a good range of colours and patterns and it's a natural product, unlike vinyl. Easy to clean and looks good too.

nennyrainbow Thu 11-Aug-16 18:54:59

For example

JT05 Thu 11-Aug-16 20:21:45

We moved to a similar bathroom and have put a pale wood on the floor. Looks good and lightens the tiles.

IsItMeOr Thu 11-Aug-16 20:27:30

We went for Amtico Spacia wood effect. Something like American oak, but I think we got it cheap as it was being discontinued. So pleased with it - it still looks the same as when it went down 10 years ago.

Ours is thinner strips/planks than and works well in a small room. So might be worth looking to see whether they make different sizes.

didireallysaythat Thu 11-Aug-16 23:13:25

We have cork. Comes in lots of shades and colours and warm under foot

Sprog19 Thu 11-Aug-16 23:19:03

I did wonder about a pale wood. But we are having engineered oak put down in hall and upstairs landing, so I wondered if it would look odd.

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