If you absolutely have to have carpeting in your bathroom then there are some basic, but important precautions that you should take in order to preserve the look and function of the floor, and the room.
Low Pile Carpet: The shorter the carpet threads the less likely they will be to soak up moisture from spills and splashes. Low pile carpeting is also easier to clean, and dries faster, which can help to prevent mold from growing.
Olefin: This is the second most used carpet fibre material after nylon. Resistant to water, Olefin naturally wicks moisture, causing it to rise to the tip so that it does not descend into the body of the floor. It is also resistant to acid and bleach, which means that won’t be as much of an issue. The drawback is that it is not as durable as nylon, and it tends to attract dirt, quickly taking on a dingy look when not regularly maintained and cleaned.
But we have decided to stick with carpeting. Wall-to-wall carpeting in our bathrooms looks and feels really nice, warm and luxurious. It somehow suits the old-fashioned William Morris wallpaper. It feels so good to step out of the shower onto carpeting on a cold day. The carpeting is a low pile and made of high-quality stain-resistant wool. We have it professionally cleaned at least once a year. And I have placed matching Restoration Hardware bathmats in front of the dual sinks to minimize stains. Underneath the carpeting is some rather nasty old tile which we could rip out and re-tile whenever we like.
When you are considering combining the colors of bathroom decor with the new carpet, you should very carefully consider the color palette of the room and to do so that the colors to blend into each other, but not be completely identical. This is precisely the successful formula for creating a brilliant decor effect.
One excellent option is FLOR tiles, because they are easy to install and bathroom-friendly. FLOR tiles are simply modular carpet tiles that come in roughly 20 Shop for carpet tiles at Target baby bath. bath safety; bath toys; bath tubs & seats; gift sets; robes; toiletries; towels The most popular options available to your while choosing bathroom flooring are bathroom carpets, bathroom carpet tiles, ceramic floor tiles, laminate