The Best Bathroom Materials For Floors, Walls, Cabinets, And More

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Learn What Materials Work Best To Keep The Bathroom In Your Pasadena Home Beautiful

The best bathroom materials will look as good as possible for as long as possible. They need to be durable, water-resistant, and heat-resistant.

Find out what they are below-

Only The Best For The Best

“Our master bathroom is going to absolutely rock!” grins Christina.

“Oh yeah? And why’s that?” asks Robert with a smile. “We’re going to make it that way, duh,” Christina laughs. “We’re going to use the best bathroom materials for the floors, walls, cabinets, and everything.”

Robert frowns in thought. “What are those best materials anyway? I feel like we should do some research,” he suggests. “That’s a great idea!” says Christina, picking up her phone. “We can also look up bathroom remodeling costs.”

She starts searching Google for answers. After searching through a few sites, here is what she put together:

The Best Bathroom Materials

The best bathroom materials for floors are porcelain and luxury vinyl tiles, For walls, it’s porcelain tile and shinier paints. For showers, it’s porcelain tiles and glass dividers. For cabinets, it’s quality MDF, wood, and furniture-grade plywood. Quartz is best for bathroom countertops.

Why These Materials Are Best For Bathrooms

Porcelain tile is a great material for bathroom floors, walls, and showers. It’s durable, water-resistant, and comes in a wide selection of styles. You can even have it look like wood! It’s pricier than some other materials but it’s longer life-span is worth it.

For floors, besides porcelain, you can use luxury vinyl tiles. It’s waterproof, has many different looks, and is easier to repair than porcelain.

While most people won’t cover their entire bathroom walls with porcelain tile, you can. You can also use shinier (i.e. glossier) paints. They’re more heat and water-resistant.

Glass dividers for showers are better looking and easier to care for than curtains. Squeegee them off after each use to keep them clean. They won’t mold or mildew if you do. Plus, you can use the squeegee on the walls too! It also creates a more open feel.

Some of the best materials for bathroom cabinets include MDF (Medium-Density Fiberboard), solid wood, and furniture-grade plywood. They resist warping more than other materials. Quartz is a great material for bathroom countertops. It has many different styles, it’s durable, low-maintenance, and cheaper than other natural stone.

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“Now we can build the best looking, longest lasting bathroom in the neighborhood!” says Christina. Robert chuckles. “I love the enthusiasm. Let’s keep looking to see if we can find some other useful information.”