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Love this "backdrop" in this shower. Not even sure what it is. Love the soothing colors. Shower Ideas, Tile Design, Shower Head, Bathroom Window Treatments, Bathroom Remodel, Bathroom Ideas, Bathroom Showers, Stones Bathroom, Shower Window
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Tile tips:Small details make this shower a standout space. Two showerheads placed higher and lower on the wall accommodate bathers of different heights. The intricately planned tiles create a visually stunning mosaic along the walls, floor, and bench. To keep the space from looking too busy, tiles in the same color -- but different sizes -- were applied to the floor and lower portion of the walls.
Showers tucked into dormers can feel cramped and cavelike, but adding a skylight can remedy the problem. This shower becomes a bright oasis, thanks to a generous skylight. Inside the shower, slate-blue glass tiles line the back wall and continue on the floor, giving the shower focal-point status. A textured stone tile was used on the sidewalls, as well as elsewhere in the bathroom, to unify the spaces.
Walk-In Shower: Travertine tile from floor to ceiling keeps color and pattern to a minimum for a tranquil shower under the modern rain showerhead. The backs of built-in niches are tiled with the same glass mosaic as the vanity wall for a unified look and visual interest.
Spacious Walk-In Shower - way cool! This would go beautifully in our very small bath. It makes the area feel larger just looking at it and feels clean and fresh. It wouldn't cost too much, since we can lay our own tile. Best of all worlds!
I love the arch and the bench in the shower. Can frost or use glass blocks on windows if privacy is an issue. Nice way to add a large stand-up shower with a full soaking tub. Seamless glass shower enclosure is awesome why hide in a private master bath. I would use a different/larger tile on the back wall and ceiling of the shower.