US Home > Bathroom Flooring Ideas > 

Bathroom
Flooring Ideas

All Harvey Maria floors are both slip-resistant and incredibly practical, making them ideal for a bath or shower room. Bathroom flooring needs to be safe and easy to maintain, but it also needs to look beautiful, which is why our gorgeous range of rubber and vinyl flooring never compromises on style. Get inspiration for your space with these fabulous bathroom flooring ideas!

bathroom with red & white floral floor

Choosing one or two matching accessories is a subtle way to continue a color scheme without going overboard. Here, one of our lovely customers has paired her serene Blue Spot bathroom flooring by Cath Kidston with a pretty porcelain bathroom suite, choosing accents of blue for her tiled splashback and fluffy towels.

grey pattern flooring in a bathroom

Choosing patterned bathroom flooring is a brilliant way to create drama and make a real statement. Here, Parquet by Neisha Crosland in Stone works beautifully with a classic roll-top bath and neutral painted walls.

blue designer flooring an a bathroom

To create a real statement in your bath or shower room, choose colored bathroom flooring in a vibrant shade, and accent with accessories in a contrasting color. Here, Lattice Cornflower Blue and Little Bricks Forget-Me-Not are offset with bright tangerine towels for an eyecatching look.

Cornflower Blue View Floor
Forget-Me-Not View Floor

Choose vinyl flooring for stunning practicality

grey wood effect vinyl floor in a bathroom

In comparison to real wood bathroom flooring that can often be prone to water damage, Harvey Maria wood effect vinyl tiles are incredibly easy to clean and maintain. Our gorgeous wood effect vinyl flooring is made up of stunningly realistic plank-shaped tiles that are ideal for even the toughest of spaces.

Soften bold patterns with subtle painted walls

grey vinyl tiles in a bathroom

Using pattern in a smaller bathroom can be a little daunting, but it’s a fantastic way to make a real design statement. Choosing patterned bathroom flooring instantly creates a focal point, and the look can easily be softened by keeping to one neutral color for the walls and fixtures. And remember that patterned vinyl flooring hides a multitude of sins, so your beautiful bathroom floor will be so easy to keep clean!

Blue flooring in a bathroom

Style idea: Mirror the colors of patterned bathroom flooring in a subtle wall design for a polished finish. Here, the contrasting shades found in Parquet Charcoal from the Neisha Crosland collection have been chosen for the walls and panelling, creating a bathroom that’s ultra stylish and sophisticated.

patterned floral tiles in a bathroom

Pairing dainty Rose Sprig bathroom flooring by Cath Kidston with shabby chic furniture and selected floral accents creates an authentic vintage look, and makes a stunning centrepiece for an exquisite bathroom where you can totally escape. Try picking out tones of pink from the rosebud to create the perfect paint palette for a complementary wall design.

Add character with a striking focal point

Vinyl wood floor in bathroom

In a more spacious bathroom, a freestanding bath is a wonderfully focal feature and can really add character to the room. In this stunning example, rustic wood effect vinyl flooring in Tan has been used to create a delightfully simple yet perfectly elegant space.

Thank you for visiting www.harveymaria.co.uk.

Unfortunately, we don't support the old browser version you are currently using to view this website.
Please install the latest version of an internet browser, and come back to check out our gorgeous flooring!
We’ve listed some popular browsers below for you:

Google Chrome - http://www.google.com/chrome/
Mozilla Firefox - https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/?utm_source=firefox-com&utm_medium=referral
Apple Safari - http://www.apple.com/safari/
Microsoft Internet Explorer - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/download-ie


Why should I upgrade my internet browser?
Older browsers are slow and more likely to crash. Also, they are less stable, and much more vulnerable
to viruses, spyware, malware, and other security issues.