597,895 tiles for showers Home Design Photos

Contemporary Bathroom
Ideabooks358
Questions0
flow of shower floor into room
join shower & tub space with pebble floor
Chandelier / shower & bath are all appealing
Like the tile section of bath to have a curve to it - NOT this extreme but matching the shape of the tub to come
Absolutely love the shower. Tub is very unique as well. The light fixtures
“Curved pebble accent” — collibear
Colella Construction Inc, Kitchen and Bath
4 Reviews
Flourtown, PA Master Suite Renovation
Ideabooks170
Questions0
R) pressure-balancing shower faucet trim with cross
And I like your shower floor
Neutral tile border for accent, small tiles on floor
love the shower and floor and glass and white tile for the lake
Boys Shower - shelves - PERFECT!
Shower - light tile / contrast trim in neutrals (floor & design) - large shower head
“Layout” — janetswhiteside
JDL Construction
Industrial Modern Newport Beach
Ideabooks317
Questions0
i like this one throw in some purple glass tile or multi glass should work nicely
Corner shower for basement
Sink. Don't like shower glass
corner shower similar layout
Corner shower...Tile.color combo...Shower idea...Nice corner shower...master grey tile...Tile shower...Shape of shower...shower tile...curb big tiles...gray tile...square shower head...Tile Color...glass shower stall
“master grey tile” — Pamela Helfrich Bray
Martha Angus Inc.
4 Reviews
Pacific Heights Family Home
Ideabooks1,156
Questions7
What is the floor tile called, and it's dimension?
This is my idea of bathroom, love the tile on the floor,counters,tub surround ,glass shower, the
Tile floor and subway tile in shower
Floor tile for guest bedroom bath?
piller added b/w tub & shower for tower hook?
Basket weave marble tile
Floor and shower floor
tile floor, counter ?
basket weave floor tile
for shower...Floor tile...Love the tile floor...glass shower door
“Long narrow bathroom” — lilmermer
H&H Design
6 Reviews
Bath New Construction
Ideabooks615
Questions3
How wide is shower tub area
Width of shower tub area
handheld shower head
freestanding shower faucet
love the floor tile!
subway & contemporary tile
Floor and wall tiles
shower and floor and tile
shower but totally enclosed
shelf/seat in shower
beige stone shower...beige tile shower...shower bench...shower seat...glass shower...Floor tiles...Shower lights...Hand shower...Like floor tile...shower tiles...Shower and tub...Tub and shower...beige tile
“Plancher” — nadineadm
Excel Interior Concepts & Construction
15 Reviews
Foster Bath
Ideabooks83
Questions0
Hand shower and change of shower to the side
nice and bright. coordinate wall tile with existing floor tile
placement of fixtures so you don't have to get wet when you turn the shower on
Shampoo boxes: size of each, tile within them & tile in boxes in relation to wall tile patterns. Box tiles make box stand out.
Narrow shower with half wall of glass
“Bath” — laksharan
Pelletier + Schaar
5 Reviews
Bathroom with glass floor
Ideabooks1,143
Questions3
Glass tiles and glass sinks share the reflective quality of water and feel perfectly suited to this home. Floating cabinet helps expand the feeling of space, as does the glass shower.
Love the layout! What are the dimensions of the half wall? And how much space is between the half wall and the shower?
Shower n tub layout-rectangle bathroom design
uni shower TILED WALL and floor - hanging vanity
lighting below the counter. Also, the window cut into the shower wall
There. Tile goes right into the shower. Why do you need a stoop?
tile all the way into shower
Love the invisibility of the shower Love floor color
“floor” — bartlett81
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
Ideabooks7,587
Questions7
what type of tiles was used on this bathroom
which mosaic tile and color are used
look like you painted over the tiles. Not worth it in my opinion.
Although this is not a permanent bathroom fix, if you want to extend the life of your ceramic bathroom tile for a few years, then painting ceramic bathroom tiles is definitely an option. 1. clean, clean, clean! I read on countless
sites that the most important thing people forget to do is clean the tile thoroughly before starting. Make sure that you get all of the soap scum, grime, lime scale, etc. off of the tiles and grout. 2. Let dry, and then sand the tiles with a medium grit sandpaper until they are dull and no longer glossy
all of the excess dust with a damp towel or equivalent. 3. If you are going to re-grout your tiles you may want to do that first. If you grout after it can ruin your newly painted tiles. 4. Coat the tile surface with a bonding primer to seal it against moisture and everything that goes with it (mold
“minimalist but good” — slanerobinson
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