Bozeman bathroom flooringPicking out the perfect flooring for the bathroom isn’t always as simple as choosing a pretty color of tile. While tile is a great option, there are several different flooring alternatives that work just as great in a bathroom. When installing flooring in the bathroom there are a few different factors to consider besides esthetics. The professionals at Floor Coverings International Bozeman outline the best types of flooring that are both durable and resistant to moisture, making them perfect for the bathroom!


If you like the look of hardwood, laminate flooring is a great budget-friendly option for the bathroom. Laminate flooring is easy to clean, stain resistant, and very durable. Laminate floors will hold up to some moisture, but may need to be replaced after a leak or massive spill.


Bamboo is a nice eco-friendly flooring option for the bathroom. Engineered bamboo (as opposed to solid) can be replaced very easily if damaged and is extremely durable. Bamboo is easy to clean, doesn’t stain easily, and is also water-resistant.


Stone holds up very well to moisture and is extremely durable. With stone flooring you can pick between marble, granite, travertine, limestone, and more. Stone tends to be cold and slippery, so make sure to use rugs or purchase a naturally textured stone.


Cork is a highly renewable resource that is a very eco-friendly bathroom flooring option. The unique and classic look can add style to any bathroom. Cork is resistant to mold and mildew and is also water-resistant. Due to the tricky installation process, it should be left to the professionals.

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile has a clean and classic look that works great in any bathroom. Tile is fairly inexpensive, waterproof, and very durable. Tile comes in a variety of colors, sizes, textures, and patterns to choose from. Like stone, tile can be very cold unless installed over a radiant floor heating system.

What type of flooring will look best in your bathroom? Give the experts at Floor Coverings International Bozeman a call to set up a free in-home consultation today!

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