Why Moroccan Tile Print Vinyl Flooring is SO Right!

So, I’m thinking about a little upgrade for our bathroom flooring and who’d have thought it, good old vinyl flooring is coming up trumps. I’m loving all the Moroccan tile print vinyl flooring flashing about on Pinterest at the moment. So pretty with plain neutral walls and a bit of natural wood. Still can’t get the idea of your Granny’s kitchen floor out your head? Read on…

vinyl moroccan tile flooring bathroomsWhen we first bought our house it had nothing but a concrete floor in the bathroom and some remnants of an old bit of thin and rock hard lino, oh, and fag butts, I kid you not. After a massive industrial cleaning effort we changed the clog bath for one you could actually fit your backside in and replaced the non flushing loo with one from this century. From there, all hygiene options covered off we set about laying a terracotta tile floor – which was fine, for a while. The problem is, now that we are a sensible family of three and have become used to the comfort of a nice squishy carpet underfoot, we want the same in the bathroom area too.

Vinyl Morrocan tile flooring

Choosing the right bathroom flooring is a bit of a headache in an old house, do you go rustic with the tiles or cosy with the natural wooden floorboards? I like both but the thing is, a nicely styled room is nothing without the basics dealt with, ie, keeping the water at bay and keeping toes nice and toasty when you first step out the shower.

Vinyl print moroccan tile flooring

After removing that revolting old lino all those years ago I can’t even believe I am considering it all over again. But, things have changed, vinyl is no longer just vinyl. It’s soft, luxurious and often twice the price of a luxury tile so things are going up in the world of off the roll flooring it would seem.

Moroccan print vinyl flooring for bathrooms

So, with all this in mind, I am veering at 100 mph towards buying a nice patterned vinyl floor for the bathroom and keeping everything else nice and simple with clean lines and a fresh colour palette. Here are the reasons why –

  1. Vinyl flooring is soft and warm underfoot
  2. Both vinyl tiles and rolls of vinyl are super easy to lay
  3. Rolls of vinyl come in amazing patterns with a smooth texture
  4. A vinyl floor is hardwearing and waterproof
  5. Vinyl flooring is a great way to add colour and style to a bathroom

Here are five beautiful vinyl floors I’m loving right now – 

  1. Zazous Moroccan print vinyl flooringZazous £19.99
  2. Zazous moroccan tile vinyl flooringZazous £19.99
  3. Moroccan tile print vinyl flooringMurafloor £59 per m2
  4. Moroccan tile vinyl flooringMurafloor £59 per m2

Moroccan print vinyl flooring

Saint Maclou 9.99e per m2

What do you think? Would you get onboard with the vinyl flooring revival trend?

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20 thoughts on “Why Moroccan Tile Print Vinyl Flooring is SO Right!

  1. frances rice

    I am in the midst of a bathroom remodel and I purchased a rock look vinyl which is fine, but next summer when I re-do my master bathroom I definitely want a patterned vinyl! I really love these!

    1. Katie Anderson Post author

      I love vinyl flooring, I am finding our new one so easy to keep clean and very comfy underfoot. we got one with a felt backing so it smoothes over any irregularities on the existing floor. Good luck with the remodel! x

      1. Mel

        Could you please let me know where you purchased vinyl tiles with felt backing? Thank you!

        1. Katie Anderson Post author

          Hi Mel, thanks for your comment. There is the company I mention in this post who offer worldwide delivery. I actually ended up buying my vinyl flooring as a roll and I got it from St Maclou. Where are you in the world?

  2. Julie Kirn

    I live in the USA and would like to know where the tile flooring can be purchased?
    Anyone out there have any ideas?
    Thanks so much,
    Julie

    1. Katie Anderson Post author

      Hi Peggie, perhaps send an email asking if International delivery can be arranged?

      Katie

    1. Katie Anderson Post author

      In the end Meredith I oouldn’t use the tiles from Zazous even though they were my favourite overall! Our floor was too uneven so I bought a felt backed roll from a company based in France called Saint Maclou.

    2. Katie Anderson Post author

      In the end Meredith I couldn’t use the tiles from Zazous even though they were my favourite overall! Our floor was too uneven so I bought a felt backed roll from a company based in France called Saint Maclou.

  3. Bridgette

    Hi Katie – totally agree with you that the Moroccan influenced designs are fabulous. We fell in love with the floor in our ensuite in Carcassonne this summer and want to bring the look to our home. Do Saint Maclou deliver to UK and if so, does it take long? I cannot find the design I want in the UK at all but St M has just the one. Very many thanks/for any feedback!

  4. Bridgette

    Hi Katie – totally agree with you that the Moroccan influenced designs are fabulous. We fell in love with the floor in our ensuite in Carcassonne this summer and want to bring the look to our home. Do Saint Maclou deliver to UK and if so, does it take long? I cannot find the design I want in the UK at all but St M has just the one. Very many thanks/for any feedback!

  5. Lesley Callaghan

    Hi there,

    Do you know what the style is called in the first photo and is it from Saint Maclou or another company? Is this your own bathroom? Also, how has it held up. I see this post is now a couple of years old. Many thanks. Currently looking at it for our bathroom.

  6. Faye

    Hi, does anyone know where I can get the vinyl from the first picture at the top of the page? I can’t find it anywhere

    1. Katie Anderson Post author

      Hi Faye, thanks so much, I love it too! There is a link there to lead you straight to it.

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