bathroom flooring that is NOT tile
Hi all --
I'm new here. Thanks for this great forum. I can see spending way too much time here. :)
My situation is that I just found out that I may not be able to install tile in my bathroom floor because the subfloor is not quite rigid enough.
I don't think I can afford a nice hardwood floor, and I'm not a big fan of vinyl. Any other suggestions for water-tolerant and relatively inexpensive flooring? I've been looking at cork, bamboo, and linoleum as options. Has anyone tried these? Are they durable enough?
One specific idea I've been considering is putting these interlocking teak tiles above some kind of waterproof barrier. (I'm just starting to work on the subfloor now, so my options are wide open.) Would that be crazy?
Anything else you'd suggest? Thanks!