1) Ugly Bathroom Floor? Don’t Replace, Cover It!
Maybe your ugly/dated floor is the reason you have been putting off your bathroom decoration. If that is your case and replacing the tiles is not an option, consider installing a sheet vinyl floor. I know, you probably associate “vinyl floors” with depressing images of decrepit old houses or cheap rentals, but before discarding the idea, do some research and check out the beautiful designs available these days. Not only they can look exactly like tiles, but they are also less expensive, easier to install, and a breeze to clean. It is a great option, especially for small bathrooms.
Jessica from Decor Adventures had some white hex tiles on her ancient bathroom floor. They were original to their 1900 house and for obvious reasons, in very bad shape. As part of an affordable bathroom makeover, she installed a sheet vinyl floor, and the result was impressive.
The vinyl floor comes in rolls, and it does not require any adhesive or nails to secure it to the floor below. You do need to prepare your bathroom and draw a diagram of your space before you cut and install it, but it is still a much easier alternative to installing new tiles. Click the link below the picture to learn all the steps.