JENNA KATE AT HOME
I’ve actually just ordered a sample of these and I cannot wait to see them in real life. Lauren used them in her laundry room and reports that a year later they are still holding up amazingly well.
I still can’t believe that these are not real hardwoods. It’s just brown paper bags stained and with a faux wood effect rolled on. It’s crazy but so clever!
I LOVE Luxury Vinyl Plank. This is the only idea that I’m featuring here that I’ve actually tried myself and I’m 100% a convert.
Similar to LVT plank flooring, is the LVT tile. It comes in all shapes and patterns but I’m particularly in love with the marble looking one. LVT tile and planks are rated for kitchens and bathrooms, making them both a beautiful and affordable choice for your floor.
Gone are the days of gross linoleum. The new age of sheet vinyl is here and it’s looking both stylish and affordable. For less than $3 a square foot, your bathroom could look like this too!
I’ve used plywood for my faux shiplap in my powder room but never would have considered it for a flooring. It’s a lot cheaper than traditional hardwood flooring.