PureSPCMax. It is LVT made by Republic Flooring. It says 100% waterproof, requires no underlay (ours went down on concrete slab.) “No acclimatation needed, no wood particles. 25 yr residential warranty, 10 yr commercial warranty” according to the box. We needed about 2/3 box for tiny floor. It’s in their “nature stone” collection, the color is called “cloudy gray.” Item #RENS6020. Found it in a local flooring store but was reasonably priced. Didn’t see it at our big box stores. Thanks again all!
13. Try a touch of frost. Frosted glass, that is. This shower screen offers peepholes should they be required, but also a calming sense of enclosure and privacy (potentially a boon if you have an open-door bathroom policy in your home). There are so many types of shower screens on the market, not only with respect to the glass, but also to the style and dimensions. Curved, folding, sliding, hinged and fixed — find out which screen will work best with your space.
5. Get the best of both worlds. In this neutral, contemporary bathroom, the ceiling-mounted shower head is complemented by a handheld attachment. If you or someone in your home is likely to want a shower that they can aim below the face, then consider mounting your handheld attachment higher up, as this can be operated independently of the overhead shower. To avoid cluttering the wall with two sets of controls, the shower ones were mounted on the adjacent wall instead. And to maximize the sense of space generally, large tiles and matching grout give the appearance of a seamless surface.
Google American Estates tile by Marazzi Tile. Very beautiful porcelain tile that mimics hand scraped wood. Rated for light commercial use, ideal for residential. 6 x 36 or 9 x 36 planks available. This would be a more expensive and permanent upgrade. Any unevenness in the subfloor can be corrected by using a little more thinset in that area. I will also recommend using a modified mortar with a latex additive (thinset) which will allow slight movement in the subfloor and not cause those pesky hairline cracks.