Vinyl Bathroom Floors

Durable and budget-friendly, vinyl floors are available in styles that mimic high-end stone and tile surfaces.
By: Kim Hildenbrand

Low-Cost Alternative

Large-format grouted vinyl tiles are an affordable tile alternative. These can be installed with or without grout. Shown: DuraCeramic, Heirloom. Photo courtesy of Congoleum Corporation

Upscale Styling

This marble-patterned vinyl, inspired by Ancient Greece, lends quiet sophistication. Sheet vinyl is ideal for baths because it’s water resistant and comfortable underfoot. Photo courtesy of Mannington Mills, Inc.

Stylish Sheet Vinyl

Sheet vinyl, designed to mimic slate, is a warm, comfortable floor for the bath. This surface features built-in protection against discoloration from mold and mildew. Shown: Ultimate, Brazilian Slate. Photo courtesy of Congoleum Corporation

Durable Surface

Stone-look vinyl tile is a practical choice. The surface is durable and easy to maintain, and the limestone composite construction prevents cracking. Shown: Ovations, Stone Ford. Photo courtesy of Congoleum Corporation

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