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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

vinyl tile projects

If you've been following along for awhile, you know that we've used vinyl tile in quite a few spaces in our home.  Although it gets a bad wrap a lot of the time, we chose vinyl tile because it's inexpensive, holds up well, and it's not super cold, like tile, in the winter.  Yes, we could put in in-floor heating, but that would eat up a chunk of change that I'd rather spend on other things.

Plus, I absolutely love the way our tile looks.  The first tile we went with is the grouted vinyl tile in our 1/2 bath, laundry room and guest bathroom.
And, in our master bathroom we laid this plank vinyl tile that looks like wood.
I'm sharing these projects with you again because I created a clipboard of a bunch of other great vinyl tile projects over on Hometalk, to inspire you!

Are you on Hometalk?  It's like Pinterest, but with just home-related projects, and it's a great community! You can check out the full clipboard here.

8 comments:

  1. We just laid that wood-look vinyl in our basement, and I think I love it. It makes a ton of sense for a below grade application where getting real (or engineered) wood isn't a great idea, but you still want the warmth that the wood tones give a space.

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  2. Great projects, and I love that wood pattern!

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  3. Oh wow! That looks really nice! I may go with the wood grain vinyl in my bathroom and laundry room when I do it!

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  4. We only have tile in our foyer and although I hate it because it is so hard to keep clean, I secretly love it because the one percent of the time where it is sparkling clean, it looks gorgeous!

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  5. I would love to use the wood look vinyl in my master bath, but was wondering if you could install it over tile? Do you have any advice? Thank you!

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    1. Yes! What type of tile do you have right now?

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    2. It's just a ceramic tile, not shiny at all.

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  6. Wow, the flooring looks amazing. I love the colors you picked as well. Great job, Erin!

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