I've put in engineered hardwood downstairs in my condo - kitchen and
entry hall - and I like it a lot. Carpet elsewhere.
My (upstairs) bathroom is actually two smaller rooms in series - a "sink
room" and a toilet/tub room, with a normal door in between them. I'd
originally thought I would tile the whole thing, but a friend brought up
the idea of using the hardwood in the "sink room".
Minuses: water (duh). However, the "sink room" doesn't get that wet -
certainly no more than the kitchen.
Plusses: continuity of material/decor in the condo. Low commitment
factor - if I eventually decide I don't like it, or if it just gets too
wet, it's gone in a half hour, and I could use the same tile as in the
tub/toilet room, at that point (assuming I am smart enough to get enough
tile when I buy it in the first place).
Other thoughts? Anyone used hardwood in a bathroom, and lived to tell?