When planning for a bathroom renovation or a new home, many of our clients set aside a generous amount of dollars for flooring. Most select tile and we often suggest quartz bathroom flooring.
Why? For purposes of hygiene, safety, and ease of cleaning.
Tile flooring looks great and we carry many designs. It installs easily and there are tons of pattern options. One of the issues with tile it that there can be many seams that are filled with grout and sealed. No matter how skillful the installer is grout has a tendency to change color over time.
Quartz bathroom flooring, on the other hand, comes in slabs that are as large as 128″ (10′-8″) x 63″ (5′-3″) , for Silestone®, and 126″ (10′-6″) x 57 (4′-8″) for Dekton®. These slab sizes not only greatly reduce the number of seams in a bathroom floor but there is no grout needed – just seam sealant.
Dekton also comes in five different thicknesses: 4mm, 8mm, 12mm, 20mm, and 30mm
You might think that quartz bathroom flooring is slippery when wet. Dekton Grip+ is a non-slip surface that is perfect for bathrooms, especially in shower and changing areas. Dekton Grip+ is a modification of the manufactured slab that creates a uniform surface with a pleasant feel.
Here are some examples of quartz bathroom flooring used in designs:
Quartz Bathroom Flooring – Modern Retro
The use of light-colored wood and curved lines on the furniture, sink, and mirrors gives this bathroom a modern retro feel. The skylight bathes the room with natural light yielding a fresh and clean look. The customized vanity top, which also doubles as a dresser, lends a sophisticated touch.
Quartz Bathroom Flooring – Striking Monochromatic
Straight and clean lines, along with colors of the same temperature and hue, give this bathroom a contemporary feel. The window and skylight add visual width and add warmth to the room.
The customized, floating vanity blends with the other design elements, achieving a very modern and minimalistic appearance.
Quartz Bathroom Flooring – Beautiful Organic
This design is a bit of an optical illusion. It appears that this is an open air bathroom when, in actuality, it’s paired with a small, adjacent indoor garden. This contrasts nicely with the grey and white concrete walls, while the custom wood vanity top gives this bathroom a warm touch.
These are just a few examples of how you can incorporate quartz flooring into your design. Give us a call, or send an email, to chat about your bathroom ideas.