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Bathroom flooring buying guide

Choosing the right floor covering for your bathroom

Some types of floor covering are naturally suited to wet-rooms, whereas others are treated to make them suitable. Follow our advice to find out what types of floor covering you can use in the bathroom.

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Solid wood is the best choice for a warm and welcoming bathroom floor. Exotic woods are renowned for their water-resistance and should be at the top of your list.

You can also find more traditional species of wood that have been specially treated to make them suitable for bathrooms.

Our solid wood flooring comes in a range of colours from dove grey to coffee, it's easy to lay too.


Water-resistant ceramic tiles are ideal for bathroom flooring. Our tiles are finished with a glaze and are resistant against stains and water damage. Perfect for muddy footprints, rainy days & accidental spills.

Tiles come in loads of different colours, shapes and sizes to suit your style. You can even install matching floor and wall tiles.

They’re hard-wearing, hygienic and can be used with underfloor heating.


Update your floor with a peel and stick vinyl flooring that is a functional and cost effective way to update the style of your bathroom.

It's hygienic and waterproof which makes it perfect for your bathroom and comes in a variety of finishes.

The flooring is easy to install with just a utility knife. The peel and stick function means less mess and no dust is created when laying this floor

More and more of us are enjoying the benefits of underfloor heating in our homes. It’s well-suited to small rooms where a radiator takes up valuable space and it means the warmth is evenly distributed around the room instead of just one area. Plus, it feels great on bare feet on cold winter mornings.

Some flooring doesn't work with underfloor heating, so if you're interested in adding it, check your preferred flooring's product details before buying to avoid disappointment.