The shower is a nice example of how the designers of this La Jolla beach cottage played with texture and pattern. Mosaic tiles in varying shades of green liven up the storage niche and make playful stripes on the wall.
Mosaic tile set in diagonal rows creates an eye-catching niche for the shower head in this traditional shower. Marble sheathing the walls is interrupted by a decorative border, adding interest and drawing the eye throughout the space.
Blue, green and white mosaic tiles create a unique design in the shower that reminds one of ocean waves. Disguised in the design, a shower nook stores all of your essentials, and a solid white bench is available to rest and relax if need be.
This lively glass enclosed shower features a brown, tan and turquoise mosaic tile paired with chrome fixtures, including a rainfall shower head. A small window offers natural light and a view of the landscape.
This shower, located in the center of the room, can be entered from either side, making it convenient no matter where you are in the space. With tile floors, a tile wall and a tile ceiling, this shower is both stylish and durable. The shower becomes even more stylish with the addition of the mosaic tile as a focal point on the wall and on the built-in bench.
Trying to find a way to spice up your space? This marble shower highlights the beauty and simplicity of mosaic tile accent panels. This accent panel's particular pattern adds variety while still maintaining the neutral color scheme of the overall space.