45+ Tile Shower Niche
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White Marble Tile Shower Niche with Brass Shower Kit
Using the brass materials with the white marble texture adds an amazing look to the design. There is a pleasant contrast between the niche tiles and the wall tiles. They create a stylish look with their patterns. The pale colors of the marble patterns add a soft look with their curvy lines and the organic patterns of the niche tiles balance the color contrast.
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Black and White Floors with Elongated Hexagon Tile Walls
The stylish black and white patterns of the floor tiles add movement to the interior of this beach-style bathroom. You may like to use horizontally elongated white hexagon tiles for walls to make the interior look wider, it creates a stylish view at the same time. The black mosaic tiles for the shower niche stand out thanks to the white wall tiles. The white multiple shelves of the shower niche help you to save some space. This bathroom has a bright and elegant look.
Tile Shower Niche
Building niches in showers is the best option to gain some space. Of course, there are some other solutions such as shower caddies, bathroom containers, storage racks, etc. But they are not long-term solutions. They tend to rust, cause pockets of mildew. You may like to have a stylish design that completes your bathroom. You can have a variety of options for it. The most popular one is the tile shower niche! Having niches in your showers for a long-term space saver solution is the best idea for your stylish bathrooms. Are you ready to dive into stunning tile designs? Scroll down and find stylish storage solutions to get rid of the messy shampoo bottles!
Nothing is better than having a relaxing shower after a long day and having a stylish shower is the best thing, of course. However, to achieve an organized look, you may need some storage options and the treatment on one of the shower enclosure walls can help you to elevate your shower! From classic white subway tiles to tiny penny tiles, eye-catching patterned tiles to luxurious stone tiles, there are plenty of different options to create a tile shower niche for your design. Keep reading and find these different alternatives to give a stylish look to your shower design!
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Black and White Tile Shower Niche with Black Shower Kit and Wood Shelves
Such a lovely farmhouse bathroom! We can see all the elements that a farmhouse style can have in this design. Black and white tiles on the floor create warm vibes in the interior of this space. We can see a pleasant combination and harmony of the black and white tiled niche here! Niche help to use the walk-in shower with ease and save space!
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Contemporary Bathroom with Black Flat-Panel Cabinets and a Ceiling Opening
Contemporary gray bathroom with grey tiled niche looks silent and serene. A clean and tidy look comes from the contemporary lines of the design. You can see how this grey-tile niche put a completed look for this bathroom.
Decorative Mosaic Tiles
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Black and White Shower Niche with a Brown Cabinet
If there’s anything better than a space-saving niche, it’s a niche with a mirror. A white-tiled bathroom adds a spacious look, and the mirror in the niche gives the shower depth. Wooden shelves put warm vibes to the atmosphere of the interior of this bathroom. It has a lively and friendly atmosphere.
Can you tile shower niche?
We’ve finished our designs and it’s time to see the results! Now we can tile our shower niches! Before choosing the material, we need to pay attention to whether it is for the shower or not. Shower wall and floor tiles are rated differently, for this reason, to be sure check them independently. You can choose tile ready shower niche or a custom built-in shower niche. They have both advantages and disadvantages.
Tile-ready shower niches provide you to get results quickly since they are pre-made designs but they also limit your design. A nice advantage is that it is a ready-made material for waterproofing, so you will not have any difficulty in tiling the shower niches. A custom built-in shower niche creates much more freedom because you can have alternatives in size. The disadvantage of this one is that you have to be careful in terms of waterproofing while tiling your shower niches. In conclusion, whichever your choice is you can tile your space saver shower niche and create amazing designs!
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White Ceramic Subway Tiles and Large Window Openings with Hexagon Floor Tiles
There is no need to use colors to create a contrast! You can use lines, patterns, grout colors to create a contrast, and add a stylish view. The shower niche and the walls surround the shower with white ceramic subway tiles. Their rectangle shapes contrast to hexagon floor tiles which add a softer look to the interior.
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Transitional Bathroom with Glossy Subway Tile Backsplash and Brass Shower Kit
You may like to have a luxurious look and to create this, a brass shower kit is a perfect idea with the glossy white subway tiles. Building a niche matching with the main wall adds integrity and helps you to save some space, of course. Their elegant look is a plus, indeed.
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Modern Bathroom Design with Black and White Contrast
If you like perfection, this bathroom design is a must for you! The first eye-catchy element is the black framed glass partition for the shower, of course. Then, the black tile shower niche separates the light-colored tile wall, adding a contrast. The black shower kit completes the contrast balancing the stylish view. The white flat panel cabinets join the light color environment and increase the plain look with a modern touch.
Glass Mosaic Tiles
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Blue Freshness with Black Hexagon Floors and White Walls
Thanks to the blue tiles and the white walls, a fresh look welcomes you. Black hexagon floor tiles contrast to white walls but this contrast creates a soft look. The white marble countertop helps this bathroom to have a natural atmosphere with the circular wood mirrors. The blue and wood always add a stylish atmosphere. The blue tile for the niche and the walls of the shower create integrity and add contemporary appeal to the interior.
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White Porcelain and Blue Glass for a Contemporary Bathroom
Of course, a classy look comes from the minimalistic lines of the white porcelain wall tiles. Using the bronze shower kit adds an extra stylish look to this design. The blue glass for the shower and the white surface complete each other adding a fresh look. You may like to use the same tile for the shower niche to have integrity and a modern atmosphere.
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Curvy Patterns and Striking Colors for an Eclectic Bathroom
You can feel the relaxing shower already, thanks to the freshness of the blue Moroccan tiles and the orange tile frame of the shower niche. The contrast of the plain surfaces and the curvy patterns of the blue tiles add a joyful movement to the design. The dynamic atmosphere comes from the orange tile frame. Such a stylish shower!
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Dance of the Black and White with Bronze Shower Kit
This shower has a stylish contemporary design style with a black and white tile shower niche. The niche is the focal point of the shower thanks to simple white subway tile walls. Small hexagon tile white floors add a minimalistic look and the bronze shower kit takes the design to next level!
Tile Styles for Shower Niche
You know the form of the design but when it comes to style it is all up to your imagination! You may wonder about the tile styles for the shower niche. The style of the tile is the main element that helps you to create your very special design. Materials, textures, colors, there are tons of things to think about, right? Modern or eclectic? Contemporary or vintage? Farmhouse? What are the lines and colors of those designs and what do you feel about them? You may like to use subway tiles with a contemporary design style or a farmhouse style, or penny tile shower niches with a minimalistic look. Let’s see a couple of examples!
Subway Tile Shower Niche
There are tons of things to choose from when it comes to designing a place. One of the saver materials from these things is subway tiles of course! They have great harmony in almost every aspect of the design elements. They can be combined with colorful elements, different materials, etc. Do you want a farmhouse look? Yes, you can use the subway tile shower niche. Do you want some eclectic touches? Yes, choose whatever color you want to use with subway tiles. White color and the subway tile design lines have endless combination alternatives!
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Eclectic White Vertical Subway Tile Shower Niche
Eclectic style and its beautifully chosen colors created such a spacious interior and luminous walk-in shower with vertically applied white subway tiles. A tiny white niche puts a minimalistic look on the wall while beautiful black and white tiles surround it.
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Contemporary Bathroom with White and Pink Subway Tile Shower Niche
A spacious, minimal, and lively design is created here. Look at those lovely pink subway tiles in the niche! Their harmony with the pink subway tiled wall of the bath looks stunning, isn’t it? White and pink give a feeling as if you look giant cotton candy interior!
How to tile a shower niche?
Is the place of the niche ready? If it’s so firstly we are going to start with a custom-built shower niche. For this one, we will need some equipment such as a notch trowel, a quarter inch is enough for most shower tile and mosaics. The size depends on the material thickness. So if you have a quarter-inch tile, a quarter-inch notch trowel works pretty well.
Start with the sill as in windows, then sides and finally the top. So when the water hits it, it all runs down over each other. Thin-set back of the walls so you can place your tiles. Then back butter your sill and be careful about the backside of the tile. You must make a tiny angle, slope the sill towards to front because we do not want water to sit on the back. A small angle is perfect for both shampoo bottles to sit and water to run off. If there are two niches on the wall a laser level is a must to keep all the tiles level with each other. If you will be using pencil trim tile to frame the niche the sill tile should hang outside the niche by 1/16”.
After embedding the tiles by hand and then embed them fully in the thin-set with the grout float. The factory edge should face the exterior of the niche. In this way when you use the pencil trim or a Schluter metal profile you will have a great-looking grout joint. Yes, all these were about custom-built shower niches. However, the main difference between these two alternatives is in the first one you prepare the wall in the second one you prepare the wall and buy a tile-ready niche.
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Complete White Color with Wood Textures and Contrast with Black
There is a stylish movement thanks to the black small parts and faucets with the handles. The complete white walls of the bathroom surround the interior and combine with the wood surface of the cabinets. The wood floors also keep this combination stylishly. Using a niche with the same material as the shower wall can help you to have integrity for the design look.
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Black and White Contrast with the Gold Frame Mirror and Wall Appliques
Luxurious appeal! The white subway tiles have black grouts and this adds a stylish movement to the interior. The black marble pattern of the hexagon floor tiles keeps this movement. The luxurious appeal comes from the gold surfaces such as the shower head, and hardware, of course. The lighting wall appliques add enlightenment to the interior.
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White Subway Tile Niche and Walls for a Master Bathroom
If you like to have a black and white contrast with a modern appeal, subway tiles are very useful for this mission! The black grout of the white subway tiles matches with the black shower kit and the shower door frames. You may like to build the shower niche with the same material as the walls to have a match and integrity.
Penny Tile Shower Niche
If you want a different approach to your bathroom interiors, penny tiles are the perfect fit for this mission. They look chic, elegant, and lively! A variety of colors can change the look of the design and when it comes to penny tiles they can create stunning interiors! You can have a penny tile shower niche that matches the floor or harmonizes with the walls, etc. They have a stylish characteristic appeal when they are used in shower niches.
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White Penny Tile Shower Niche with White Subway Tiles
White penny tiles and white subway tiles are always a team! Their harmony and style in the design aspect create beautiful interiors! These white penny-round niches and white subway tiles put a chic look to the white bathroom!
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Black and White Penny Tile Shower Niche with Walls and Floors
Contemporary bathroom design has a minimalistic penny-tiled niche. There is a strong contrast because of the black and white and we see a sharp-lined interior but that camouflaged penny-tiled niche adds softer movement to the space!
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Beach Style Bathroom with White Colors and a Bathtube
If you like to have some movement you can use different patterns for the same walls, as in this kitchen. The white penny tiles and the subway tiles add stylish movement to the shower design. You can use a chrome shower kit to have elegance for your interiors. White penny tiled shower niche creates integrity with the patterns.
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Black and White for a Bathroom and Gray Cabinets with White Walls
The black and white floors have a lovely contrast and their curvy patterns soften the look of this bathroom. Using gray cabinets with a chrome handle takes the interior design to the next level. You do not have to have tiled walls, you can use paint only, too. By doing this you can have a fresh environment. The black and white penny tile shower niche draw all the attention thanks to the simple white walls. It is built in a minimalistic way that adds a cute look.
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Pink Penny Tile Shower Niche with Multicolored Mosaic Floors
The design conclusion that Scandinavian style provides for interiors is amazing, always. Using bold colors and going far different from usual colors carry the interior design one step further. The pink penny tiles for the walls and the white walls have already added a perfect look. Using multicolored mosaic floors match with the floors. The minimalistic look of the pink penny tile shower niche has a matching white frame with the walls. The white vessel sink and the white countertops keep the stylish look well.
Mosaic Tile Shower Niche
Some design materials never vanish. They change and evolve into different things. Mosaic tiles are one of these materials. Their fashion combines with another style and they create new things! They can be used in farmhouse designs, modern looked designs, vintage designs, etc. Let’s see how a mosaic tile shower niche can change the atmosphere of a bathroom interior!
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Multicolored Mosaic Tile Shower Niche and Blue Subway Tiles
The lovely and modern design shows itself here. A combination of the multicolored mosaic tiles both in the niche and on the floor has a harmony. Blue subway tiles on the entire shower wall and multicolored mosaic tiles in the niche put a beautiful eclectic design approach.
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Blue Mosaic Tile Shower Niche and Brown Mosaic Tile Shower Floor
Blue and brown have been always siblings in the design industry! You can see their harmony in clothes, industrial products, and architecture. Even nature created this harmony itself! Modern and minimalistic beach-styled bathroom and its large horizontal niche with minimalistic blue-colored mosaic- tiles look stunning!
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Black and Gray Mosaic Tile Shower Niche with White Subway Tile Walls
White and grey mosaic tile niche and mosaic floors created stunning harmony with white subway tiles. A modern and warm look catches the eye in this spacious bathroom.
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Master Bathroom with Black Cabinets and White Quartz Countertops
This bathroom has a beautiful light thanks to the daylight coming through the windows. Using natural lighting for the interiors makes them look more natural. The black cabinets and white quartz countertops with the marble pattern add a stylish appeal to the bathroom. You may like to use many colors for your interiors if it is large as this bathroom. The blue tile and white tiles add a fresh look. This walk-in shower has a little detail which is the gray mosaic tile shower niche that matches with the floors. Such an elegance!
How do you grout a shower niche?
Yes, tiles are all installed and ready to be grouted. Before you start check all grout lines if there are squeezed through materials. Make sure you can clean them with some sort of sharp tool. If it is so close to the surface, you do not want that because it might show through on your grout. Then it is super useful having two small pails each with its sponge. One pail is for all the cleaning so it will be pretty dirty and the second one is for the final wipe to get rid of any residue that was left on the tiles. You should change the water as it gets dirty so you don’t disperse the dirt.
Prepare your grout and put it on the surface of the grout float but do not take it too much. Start with a small area. Take it up to the wall and kind of work it into the joints. A quarter inch is enough to will that grout.
After with the sponge – it must be as much as dry- the same as what you did with the float. Work diagonally across lines and softly make circles while cleaning it. Try to get the bulk of it off and smooth over the joints. Rinse your sponge, once the water coming out of your sponge is going to be fairly white with the glue or the adhesive and you probably see the water is already milky. If you are not going to be cleaning very well and it is just time to change the water. Yes once you finish your first step of cleaning, you can get to the next step with another clean sponge to make the final touch to the tiles.
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Wood-Look Tile Floors with Wood Cabinets and White Walls
This beige bathroom has a warm look with an inviting attitude thanks to the wooden surfaces. Wood cabinets and the wood-like tile floors add a familiar feel to the natural atmosphere. The white tile walls for the shower have a lovely matching pattern with the wooden textures. You may like to have a custom shower niche with stylish white mosaic tiles to save some space in the shower.
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Gray Mosaic Tile Shower Niche with Floors and Gray Subway Tile Walls
This master bathroom is stunning with its stylish design! The gray subway tile walls with the gray ceramic floor tiles add a brilliant stylish look to the interior. If you will have a niche, it is a clever idea to match the niche tile with the floors, as in this shower design. The herringbone gray mosaic tile niche creates a different movement with the floors.
How to tile edge of shower niche?
To tile edge of shower niche, there are a couple of ways such as using bullnose tile, tile profiles, framing tiles, or frame marbles. All of them have a unique approach to the design look and you can match them with your walls or other design elements.
Hexagon Tile Shower Niche
Hexagon tiles are creative children of the interior design world. Once they are started to use, they create masterfully designed interiors. You will be in love with the hexagon tile shower niches and create amazing designs for your bathrooms. When it comes to niches, hexagon tiles put a contemporary and lively look.
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Black and White Hexagon Tile Shower Niche with White Walls
Mid-sized hexagon tiles on the floor and their smaller company in the niche create a harmonious design approach. Hexagon tile lines add movement to the atmosphere. They add a difference to the bathroom and the surrounding black frame looks eye-catchy with it.
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Black Hexagon Tile Shower Niche with White Subway Tile Walls
Black hexagon accent tile and white subway tiles have contrast and this adds a contemporary look to the design. A chich design was created in this shower with the minimalistic look of the black hexagon tile niche.
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Coastal Grey Hexagon Tile Shower Niche with Black and White Floors
The natural look of the coastal grey hexagon tile creates a soft feeling in this bathroom. Smooth-lined hexagon grey tiles on the shower wall and in the custom niche add movement to the space. What subway tiles and coastal grey hexagon tiles have a beautiful harmony together.
How to cut tile around shower niche?
If you are not going to use a corner material such as tile profile or bullnose tile, you should cut the ceramics in the niche according to the wall around the niche. This means that you will either combine the inside and the outside at a 45-degree angle or leave the ceramics that form the frame on the shower wall a little longer so that it covers the inner foreheads. To cut a ceramic there are machines but be careful when you use them. At least ask a person who can cut a ceramic. If you are going to use profiles or bullnose tiles, framing tiles, or frame marbles, you should first place them and cut the tiles around the niche according to their size so that the tiles fit cleanly.
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Black Hexagon Tile Walls with Black and White Tile Floors
Such a simple and elegant look with the dynamic materials! The black hexagon tiles for walls draw all the attention. If you want to have a niche it is a clever idea to use the same material for the niche tile with walls to have integrity for the appeal of the black and white bathroom. White paint walls, black and white floor tiles harmonize with each other creating a contemporary look.
Tile Materials for Shower Niche
Shower niches help us to save space and put different design choices for us, we know that but when it comes to materials there is a huge world out there with tons of materials for them. Tile materials for shower niches are the most used ones. They have a wide variety of products and there are many alternatives to choose from according to your dream design. Let’s see some of the beautiful ones from this huge material world for shower niches!
Glass Tile Shower Niche
Glass tile materials have their characteristic design attitudes. They are in mosaic forms mostly and when it comes to shower niches they create soft and chic design looks. As a material choice, glass tile materials give the feeling of a clean and elegant look in the shower niche designs. You can have a dynamic look, chic design with a glass tile shower niche.
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Glass Tile Shower Niche with Gray Walls and Floors
The glass tile niche box and matching design with the wall have a beautiful harmony. There is a movement and a lively atmosphere. Glass material puts a fragile but strong look into the design in this niche.
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Multicolored Glass Matchstick Tile Shower Niche with Glass Shelves and Chrome Shower Kit
Contemporary design was made in this master bathroom with lovely multicolored glass tile. The lively, dynamic design has created and added stunning style! The little niche with multicolored glass tile and its chic glass shower niche shelves look very modern.
How to frame a shower niche without bullnose tile?
To frame a shower niche without a bullnose tile we can use a variety of ways such as profiles, marble frames or you can create a frame from the tiles around the nice. Sometimes it is useful to use pencil moldings. Bullnose tile softens the edges and puts an aesthetic look to the shower niches but you can create other designs with different materials.
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Blue Glass Tile Shower Niche with White Marble Walls and a Hinged Shower Door
Marble and glass are a harmonious couple when it comes to an elegant design style. The blue glass tiled-niche in the shower looks stunning with the white marble with its texture and lines.
Ceramic Tile Shower Niche
Ceramic tiles have always won the hearts of designers with their diversity. When it comes to a shower niche, there are tons of colors, textures for them, and you can create beautiful designs with them. For long times their authority in the design industry was undeniable. You can create stylish and elegant bathrooms with a ceramic tile shower niche! Saving some space is a plus! There are different ceramic tiles for every design style so do not hesitate to use ceramic tiles for your special design. Let’s see how we can use ceramic tiles for the shower niches!
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Gray Ceramic Shower Tile Niche with Blue Subway Tiles
This blue subway tile shower wall and its delightful harmony with grey ceramic tile shower niche look perfect in eclectic design style. A clean and modern look was created in this transitional bathroom.
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Minimalistic Shower Design with Multicolor Ceramic Tile Niche Idea
Ah! The simple and minimalistic design looks perfect with its multicolor shower niche! Love the idea of using plain ceramic surfaces with dynamic ceramic tile texture and color!
Does a shower niche need a lintel?
If you have solid brick walls, yes your shower niche needs a lintel. Whether it is small or big over time the brick above the niche will move and we do not want this.
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White Ceramic Subway Tile Shower Niche with Penny Tile Floors
White ceramic tiles on the shower wall put a clean and fresh look to this small bathroom with a bathtub. Simple matching white subway tile shower niche adds harmony to the whole bathroom. It looks luminous and tidy! The fish patterned bathroom wallpapers make a fun touch!
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White Walls with Floral Pattern Tile Floors for a Modern Bathroom
This mid-century modern bathroom has some eclectic breeze, right? The white paint walls and the black materials have a stylish look. You can divide the shower using different wall materials such as ceramic tiles for shower walls and paint for the rest of the bathroom walls. You may like to use the same materials for the shower walls and the niche to have integrity and make the shower a focal point.
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Dark Blue Herringbone Ceramic Tiles for Shower and the Wood Cabinets with White Quartz Countertops
If you like contemporary design and have a warm look at the same time, this bathroom is the perfect inspiration source for you! The dark blue herringbone ceramic tiles create a fresh look with movement. You can see how the white frame of the shower niche match with the white Corian quartz countertops which is a small detail but a needed one. Wood cabinets and the blue color of the walls harmonize each other adding a warm and fresh look.
How big should my shower niche be?
The size of the shower niche depends on the size of your shower wall. It would look odd if you put a tiny shower niche compared to your shower wall. Installing a niche that’s at least half of the width of your shower wall would be good. Except these the most popular shower size is 12” wide x 28” height x 3-1/2” deep. The second most popular size is the 12” x 12” niche.
Stone Tile Shower Niche
Using stone material in an interior always brings to mind naturalness and simplicity. Also, it gives a rich look to the interior. They can provide beautiful stylish patterns from nature and can help you to have a simple but elegant look. You can build a stone tile shower niche for your showers with a diversity of color options and have styles from farmhouse to contemporary!
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Black Stone Tile Shower Niche With White Subway Tile Walls and Black Floors
Black stone niche and white subway tiles created a loft-style interior in this bathroom design. How perfectly the black stone material in the shower niche matches with the black stone floor. Even there is a black color usage interior looks luminous.
Marble Mosaic Tiles
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Grey Stone Mosaic Tile Shower Niche with White Subway Tile Walls
Elegant grey stone tiles are used in both the shower wall and inside the niche. This puts natural and chic design style into the bathroom. White subway tiles and stone walls created nice contrast in terms of the texture of the design. Also, the marble textures complete the luxurious feel of the white freestanding bathtub!
How do you keep a shower niche clean?
Having a solid stone as a bottom or shelf always makes it easier to clean the shower niches. It has a solid surface and natural look and this keeps the clean look anyways.
Shower niches are storage for shampoo bottles, conditioners, soap, body wash, etc. If you built your shower niche away from the shower’s direct spray you can prevent moisture and leak. This moisture and heat in an enclosed recess make it the perfect breeding ground for mold and other microorganisms. If you wipe down the recess after every shower with a squeegee or an absorbent towel you can keep clean your shower niche from these problems. Using a surface-approved, spray-and-rinse cleaner is very useful to reach the deep corners of the niches. Overzealous cleaning and harsh chemicals remove waterproofing and damage the grout line for this reason we do not recommend these.
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Contemporary Bathroom Design with a Large Shower and a Bench
You can have both the luxury and the contemporary design look, at the same time! This shower is airy and has a welcoming atmosphere thanks to the wall tile colors that match the floor tile colors. The sizes and the patterns can be different but if the colors are matching you can have a such stylish look. The brass shower kit creates a luxurious look and the stone tile shower niche completes the contemporary design look with its minimalistic shape.
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Minimalistic Approach to a Shower with Black and Light Gray Colors
Despite the black stone tile wall of the shower, this interior has a beautiful illumination thanks to the good lighting. The light gray stone tile walls and the floors create a soft contrast with the black wall and the chrome shower kit completes the stylish design look of this shower. The light gray stone tile shower niche saves some space adding harmony with the main walls of the shower.
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Black Hexagon Floor Tiles with Herringbone Stone Tile Shower Walls
The minimalistic patterns of the tiles take the contemporary design look to a next level. The black shower kit and the light gray herringbone stone tile walls create stylish contrast. The black hexagon floor tiles join this contrast with the elegance. The white frame of the shower niche, white walls of the bathroom, and white countertops add integrity.