Does idea of tone on tone work for continuing gray linen tile on shower walls vs white? probably not b/c we need shower side to balance with linen closet side.
Is this similar to the wavy tile we were looking at?
Long vanity with full mirrors
Example of long vanity with full glass mirror
Framed area inside the shower with pony wall. Does this give depth to the shower?
If we did the linen tile in white in the shower, we might want to do something like this but we would not have the white of the tub to set it off.
One stripe on shower head side?
Our shower floor tile is not that dark but try to picture the contrast + pony wall.
Not sure if these are 30". Something like that will be too big for our space, I think. Check the specs on the ones pinned.
Example of vertical sconce installed on mirror to ceiling.
If we are not sure about the large mirror, we could have the electrical done for the same sconce placement and use regular mirrors for now.
Pendant lights instead of sconces?
Small tiles on floor are really pretty and a nice complement to the larger shower wall tiles. This is a similar shape as our bathroom but ours is narrower.
Kind of like our space but reversed (and our shower is smaller)
Would we do smaller vanities (so as to use the Godmorgon light gray) and put something in between? or would that take away from the floating aspect of the Godmorgon? Shelves could possibly be inset into the wall.
Two tone shower
This is like what Harlie was talking about with putting sconce lighting right through the mirror. Also look of long narrow mirror sort of like how our space will be
Slight iridescent tile is a nice feature without being too much color
Would we ever tile the wall behind the vanities?
Example with higher wall by tub. Have not seen an example like this before. What does it mean for us?
Size/proportion might be distorted in this pic but this is similar to our space for shower + tub but with shower door on tub side.
Example of accent wall in shower
Neo angle example like Harlie mentioned
Another tiny knee wall
Tiny knee wall like our window height.
Sort of like our space with toilet placement and knee wall but with Harlie's suggestion of neo angle. Need to picture with glass on left side.
Do we need something like this to stabilize glass on hinge side?
Would we need to bring the wall on the toilet side all the way out to make it more like an alcove shower vs. knee wall? This changes the vibe and we would probably need to drop the knee wall next to the tub.
Would glass panels on knee walls have to go to ceiling?
Is this an example of extra support needed if door hinge is on glass vs drywall? Our design has knee walls on both sides so hinges will not be on wall. Check what we had in SD.
Example of corner shower in color on both sides
Back wall tiled
Our shower wall is probably not long enough for this but if we put controls on that wall, this is interesting vs. just sticking out.
Cheery with blue tile and light gray floor. One example we have at tile shop is a lighter blue. Our floor is darker, too.
Pretty tile pattern. Also assuming grout is light gray vs. white. Looks more subtle and for our application would tie in with shower floor tile
Accent wall in back. Do we need to have short wall same color as paint to keep it from being too choppy?
Pretty example of light colored neutral shower with large tiles.
Another example with entire feature wall
Picture our long shower wall floor to ceiling. It will be similar to this space (a little shorter side to side). Short wall would be a plain white tile or plain gray if we found a light enough gray to make the grout work.
Neo angle with curtain?
Have to picture this with our shower dimensions but this is how the corner would angle.
This will be kind of like our long vanity with two mirrors look. Study to decide on scale of mirrors. Also, our spacing might not work for sconce in middle.