We slip, slide and trample over it several times a day, so it makes sense that we pay some attention to our bathroom floor when working on redecorating our home this summer.
And when you do decide it's time to lay a new bathroom floor, there's no need to stick to the traditional tiles or vinyl, as with the range of materials on offer homeowners can get a little creative with their flooring design.
"We have access to some amazing materials in this day and age, so why not embrace the variety in our homes and maybe take a step away from traditionally accepted options?" says Samantha Denisdottir, an interior designer with Lovenordic.co.uk.
"Beautiful floor coverings include tiles, poured resin, polished concrete, rubber, original floorboards - maybe painted with a tough water proof yacht paint."
Although not all flooring materials are practical in the bathroom due to the high levels of moisture, it's worth shopping around and looking for something a little different to bring a bit of a spark to your interior design.
Another great way to bring a bit of variety to your bathroom design is through your lighting scheme, and this is another area where there's no need to hold back.
"Industrial lighting looks great as do simple spots in the ceiling," adds Samantha. "An ornate chandelier looks amazing over an industrial looking or roll-top bath but can be tricky to install - unless you have super high ceilings - as there are strict distances required between a water source and a light source."
However, if a chandelier and a fancy roll-top bath don't quite fit into your redecoration budget, why not bring a bit of glamour to your bathroom through some stylish yet cheap bathroom taps.
When it comes to the bathroom, some of the best design is in the detail, so invest in a set of trendy brass taps or some stylish wall mounted taps to being a bit of variety to your interior without breaking the bank.