Posts Tagged ‘bathroom flooring options’

Master Bathroom Remodeling Tips

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Design Tips

In continued celebration of National Kitchen and Bath Month, let’s discuss ideas for a master bathroom remodeling project. When you are having your master bedroom redesigned, you want to incorporate luxury into the design in order to create a customized retreat.

First you want to figure out the style of your bathroom. Visiting kitchen and bath showrooms can help you decide on a style that matches your tastes and current bedroom interiors. Then you want to think about the materials. Since it is the master bathroom, go luxurious with things like granite countertops and stone flooring. When it comes to bathroom flooring, remember to go with options that are moisture resistant. Water damage can really reek havoc on the wrong type of flooring.

For your plumbing, custom showers are very popular these days. But if you prefer the big bubble jet tub, by all means – indulge!

If you need flooring for your bathroom remodeling project, make sure you stop by Ambassador Floor Company in Chesterfield, MO.

Choose the Right Bathroom Floor

Written by creatingyourspace on . Posted in Design Tips, Maintenance Tips

Want to give your home a quick makeover, but don’t have the time for a large-scale remodel at the moment? If so, transforming your bathrooms is a great option. These spaces are usually fairly small compared to other rooms, but with new flooring, a sophisticated paint color, and some new hardware, even a small bathroom can pack a big visual punch for not a lot of money.

However, bathrooms do have a few practical concerns that must be addressed when it comes to flooring. Read on for some tips from HGTV to help you choose the bathroom flooring that’s right for you.

  • Ceramic tile– Classic, durable, hygienic, and versatile. Tile is easy to clean and comes in a myriad of sizes, colors, and patterns to complement any decor style.
  • Laminate– Also quite durable and easy to clean, but you can achieve a wood floor look.
  • Natural stone– Easy to maintain while also durable, yet unpolished varieties will need to be sealed to prevent stains.
  • Carpet– This comes as a surprise to most people, but if you choose the right kind of carpet, it can be a great flooring material for a bathroom, and obviously much warmer on your feet than tile or stone. To work in a bathroom, the carpet must be water-, mildew-, and stain-resistant, and have a backing material that won’t let water seep in to the pad.

At Ambassador Floor Company, we carry a huge range of carpet, ceramic, hardwood, vinyl, marble, and granite flooring products to suit any customer’s personal style and functional needs. Visit our showroom in Chesterfield today and let us help you find the perfect flooring for your St. Louis area home!

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