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Wood Floors in the Bathroom

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

My house was built in 1904 and when we restored it 6 years ago, we kept as much of the original architecture as we could. This included all of the heart pine flooring.  Since we were on a tight budget, we decided to keep the room's original footprint and work with the wood floors that were already in place.

Sorry these photos are not styled (which will be even more obvious after you view the images below). We have since added the glass doors to the built-in cabinet over the tub.

Yes, I was a little worried about having wood floors in my bathroom because of all of the moisture and splashing concerns, but I have to say the floors have held up beautifully and I haven't had a single problem with them. They're also a little warmer and softer on your feet than tile or marble.  

More images for those of you who are not convinced...

Wood floors in the bathroom.  Holla.

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