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.
By tucking the curved freestanding tub into a corner by the window, designer Joan Suzio was able to capture space for the walk-in shower. A niche recessed in the wall is a tidy spot to place shampoos and soaps to keep them off the floor or bench. Although a curbless shower with zero threshold was desired, the curb helps keep water off the bathroom floor.
This sleek bathroom design features a smooth brown tile shower with white fixtures and two niches to store all of your shower essentials. The vanity includes a solid white countertop and a white faucet to complete the clean design.
White marble tile, gold fixtures and high-contrast black trim create a distinctive, snappy shower in this custom-built, family-friendly bathroom. A niche with a turquoise tile backsplash ties in with a fireplace nook across the room.
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.
A few rustic details sprinkled around this clean, white bathroom go far in warming up and making the room feel friendly. The shower niche houses a wee succulent along with toiletries. A rustic wood stool acts as a side table for the tub.
The porcelain tile of this sleek shower surrounds a glass accent tile stripe and built-in niche to store shower accessories. The dark shades of the glass tile add a contrast to the light neutral walls and white floor. A stainless steel shower head and handle are mounted into the wall.
This pretty, sleek bathroom is rich with details, from the stone shower niche and floor to the clean-lined sconce. A freestanding vanity provides storage and the open shelf is a great way to display towels.