WATER AND WOOD
‘Make sure you get the width of your plank right in relation to the size of your bathroom. Small spaces aren’t suited to very wide boards,' says Nicholas Gluckman of Oggie Flooring . ‘ Have a bath and shower mat to absorb water rather than the floors,’ he adds, ‘and make sure the bathroom is well ventilated.’ ‘ Engineered hardwood planks are best as they can expand and contract with temperature and humidity,’ Nicholas says.
BEFORE Keep it simple with moveable
Linea polished stainless steel towel rack R5 600, Zack