Last weekend we put down the bathroom floor.
And fun was had by all.
One of the joys of a less than square house is that well, nothing is square.
I complained of this when I was cutting the tiles for the backsplash and tub surround.
With the laying of the floor the bathroom continued to live up to it’s title: The Room of a Thousand Cuts.
As I mentioned in previous posts we used an eco-friendly tile called Marmoleum.
The color is Eiger and it is very swirly in shades of grey.
I should have started taking photos earlier but duty called, ya know?
Marmoleum is made in Scotland so instead of being 12″x12″ they are metric and worked out to be 13″X13″. I only do metric with beads…..
There were lots of little places that had lots of odd cuts like the linen closet, around the heating vent
and where the toilet will go
But the hubby did an excellent job of fitting the tiles.
Especially since he had never done this before.
He also did the hard work of rolling the seams. He could exert more pressure than I could.
All in all I am very happy with my new floor.
Now it just needs to be sealed and the bathroom will be ready for the vanity and toilet!
The glue to lay the tile and the sealer are both eco-friendly and low VOC!