Soggy, dirty, dreary bath mats be gone! Consider wood as an alternative. You might even feel like you're in a relaxing Finnish sauna in your own little bathroom. I'd love to get transported at this very moment to a sweet Finnish sauna to tell you the truth. My current bathroom floor is all about the calacatta marble so this wouldn't be a great fit, but I have loved my teak bath mats in past bathrooms. Take a look at some beautiful options on the market with links to resources below.
It’s no secret that hardwood flooring defies trends and is an interior finish that has lasted through the decades. Whether it’s used on floors, walls, or ceilings, hardwood creates a warm look that people are inherently drawn to. And when people use products made to simulate wood, boy, do designers MOAN and GROAN; versimilitude = deception, we will cry. Boo hiss. Enter Uon Uon by Ora Italiana. it's a cheeky pop take on wood planks that are clearly not wood. Personally, I love the stark options in grey, black and white, as well as the blues and greens. Porcelain tiles -- can't wait to have the opportunity to play with these guys.