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Warm wood

Solid wood or laminate floors aren't usually suitable for bathrooms as the humidity will cause the material to discolour, swell and warp. But hardwood floorings, such as teak and bamboo, can work well (double-check with the manufacturer first) and engineered wood and batrhroom-specific laminate - made with PVC - are designed to withstand moisture.

For a similar parquet bathroom flooring like this one try Porcelanosa Wet Series

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Photograph by Paul Raeside

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How to tile a bathroom floor

How to tile a bathroom floor

Tiles are the perfect flooring solution for many different rooms - especially kitchens and bathrooms - and if you're happy undertaking a spot of DIY, there's no reason why you can't lay your own tiled floor. As featured on If It's Broke, Fix It for the TV channel, Home, (Virgin 265 and Sky 246), DIY guru Craig is at hand to show even the most novice of DIYers exactly how it's done. Watch our video for his easy guide to tiling a bathroom floor. For more of Craig Phillips' how-to videos visit the Home website at lovehome.co.uk.