Wow! The long and narrow shape of this niche is scaled perfectly and the pebbled background is very eye-catching.
Isn't this gorgeous? The back of the niche matches the decorative tile detail, and the shelves themselves match the stone used on the bench, give it an architectural detail, and leave some sneaky space for those of us who buy in bulk.
Here's a nice example of the same tile being used in the niche.
This niche is nice and deep, providing enough space for washcloths and hand towels, as well as rubber duckies and other bathtub toys.
Here is a detail of the lovely granite used for the shelves. Sometimes if you have some leftover slabs from a larger counter, it's a good excuse to come up with ways to use it!
These two niches and their arrangement play off the measurements of the tile.
This niche uses the decorative detail tiles just around the sides, and the back of it matches the rest of the shower tile.
Design drove the size of these niches, which fit nicely between the tile border detail.
The horizontal is emphasized by this niche, and its back wall matches the backsplash.
More fun with tile!
This niche goes outside of the shower, but I wanted to show you how well it works with the shower tile (pictured below).