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You normally wouldn’t think of putting a wood floor in a bathroom because of the moisture, but tropical wood is resilient because of the oils. Teak, ipe and cedar are popular choices.

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No rugs needed! Not only does it feel good on your bare feet, it compliments materials like tile, natural stone and stainless steel.

Raf and Paige designed this bathroom for a tiny lake house. The wood adds warmth and elegance to the modest space. The minimalist design goes further with a doorless, no threshold shower. The floor helps minimize splash back from the oversized rain showerhead.

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No unsightly drain here, the water trickles through the slats into a large shower pan. Coming in from the outdoors, it allows your feet to stay above the cold slippery floor and keeps mildew and fungus at bay. It is a great option for any bathroom design.

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Maintenance: Keep it clean by scrubbing with a soft brush. Each panel can be easily removed as needed.

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DIY Tip: You are building a floor, therefore, it is important every board is straight as possible. Space the slats about 1/8-inch for water to drain. Design the legs, not to interfere with the drain.

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Not ready for a DIY shower floor? Get the look with interlocking panels that are available to purchase in a variety of sizes, designs, colors and materials.

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Home featured in Season 7 of Texas Flip N Move.

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