When you think of your dream bathroom, what springs to mind? Maybe natural stone flooring, lush green plants, and a tub-shower combo that’s begging to be used? Or perhaps you’re into a sophisticated look featuring tile flooring, low lighting, and a standalone tub. No matter your preference, Flamingo Flooring is proud to offer flooring materials that are sure to meet your and your home’s needs. For years, Flamingo Flooring has been South Florida’s home for quality, affordable flooring materials from all over the globe. With access to both port Everglades and the Port of Miami, Flamingo Flooring is well-situated to bring you the best in each variety of flooring materials. Have we piqued your interest yet? Take a look below to learn about some of the most popular flooring materials our ever-growing list of customers can’t get enough of.
Natural Stone Flooring
Capable of resembling more rugged times in human history, natural stone flooring has a timeless effect and lends itself well to a variety of bathroom designs. Moreover, natural stone flooring is perfect for crafting a bathroom that’s as unique as you are; no two stones are alike, and you can rest assured that no other bathroom comes close to your unique style and design. This gives you lots of leeway for crafting that bathroom of your dreams. Natural stone flooring is especially good for bathrooms that are adorned with greenery, or more natural-looking decor. Natural stone has been the choice for countless high-end companies and homeowners for years, and it can work wonders in your home as well.
Tile flooring has been a go-to choice in American homes for decades. It’s undergone some changes in styles, but its applications have remained the same: it’s a solid, reliable flooring material that lends itself well to a number of rooms — especially the bathroom. Our bathrooms take perhaps the greatest brunt of our lives, as they’re the rooms that get clothes, shoes, and other items regularly dropped on them, water spilled about, and are often easy to forget to regularly clean. However, tile flooring offers easy-to-maintain functionality, style, and design. Perfect for South Florida’s warm climate, tile keeps our bathrooms cooler than other flooring materials and is a cinch to maintain; simply sweep and mop and your tile will retain is pristine look for years to come.
There’s no disputing that hardwood flooring looks great in just about any room of your home. However, it isn’t always the best option for a bathroom. With so much (spilled) water in bathrooms, it can be a nightmare trying to maintain hardwood flooring’s longevity and structural integrity. But, if you’re still craving that hardwood flooring look, then our laminate flooring is the right answer for your bathroom needs. Arguably the most durable and easy-to-care-for flooring material available, laminate flooring gives off the warm, rugged look of hardwood while coming in at a much smaller price tag. Besides being an affordable choice, laminate flooring is a breeze to maintain; simply sweep and mop with warm water and non-abrasive cleaning solution, and your laminate flooring will treat you well throughout its years in your bathroom.
Flamingo Flooring Pro Tip: If you have children in your home, you know how messy they can be. Choosing to install laminate flooring is an affordable, smart selection to install in your bathroom(s).
Vinyl is making a comeback, and we’re not just talking about LPs. Vinyl flooring was once looked down upon by some homeowners as a cheap material that added little to our homes or bathrooms. But that’s the vinyl of old. In recent years, vinyl has come to be seen as an economically-friendly option for adding quality flooring to bathrooms. And while vinyl costs much less than some other flooring materials, perhaps it is its durability that makes it such a great investment; when properly cared for, vinyl flooring offers years of use with little to no maintenance involved beyond sweeping and mopping. If you’re looking for an affordable, durable way to outfit your bathroom, consider vinyl flooring.
Curious about how any of the above-mentioned flooring materials can work in your home? Get in touch the professionals at Flamingo Flooring today.