Wood flooring in bathrooms used to be a big no-no. The high humidity would damage and warp wood flooring especially solid flooring. Todays engineered flooring are much better and much more stable even with higher variation of humidity. Modern, quality engineered planks are treated and kiln dried, are therefore very stable and can be used practically everywhere.
Modern bathrooms have also changed and thanks to better venting and improved construction techniques they can be keep humidity within the recommended range.
Continuity between bedrooms and en suite bathrooms is often a design requirement and effectively being able to walk from bedroom to bathroom still walking on a natural engineered floor is just great! Wood is warm, stylish, and beautiful. If you’re not a big fan of the cold, clinical look that’s common for bathrooms, then wood will certainly suit your tastes.
However, when using wood flooring in bathroom there is an extra level of care and maintenance required. Firstly good quality engineered floor boards from a reputable supplier are essential. Then the floor must be dried with a dry cloth after it gets wet. Not much more than that really and this is a little price to pay for a great feature.
|Dimensions||70 × 70 × 150 cm|