Bathroom Niche

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Redoing your shower? Consider a built-in niche for shampoos and soaps. Line it with a solid surface (not tile) to avoid soap scum build up in the grout lines. | Photo: Andrew Bordwin |

Read This Before You Redo a Bath

Whether you’re looking to remodel a small or master bathroom, we culled together the best DIY insider tips from the pros.

Spa-Like Bathroom Shower  This clear-glass shower enclosure is equipped with a limestone bench and multiple body sprays. A large window floods the shower with natural light. A border of black tiles divides the white tiles and brown mosaic tiles, breaking up the wall space. A wall niche and mounted baskets provide storage for pampering products.

33 Breathtaking Walk-In Shower Ideas

Walk-in showers are a practical, attractive choice for bathrooms large and small. Create a gorgeous walk-in shower with our tips on tile treatments, lighting, layout, storage, and more. Whether you're working with a tight space or have room to fill, these walk-in shower ideas will add a little luxury to your every day.

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Thanks to JH for the stellar tile setting.

How to Install a Corner Shower Shelf - This is definitely on my "To Do" list. I have a metal storage tree right now and it is not an ideal solution.

How to Install a Corner Shower Shelf

Pick up a shelf unit and glue it up in 20 minutes

Shower Box w/ soap/razor shelf


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A recessed niche and a slim corner shelf hold necessities in this luxe shower. | Photo: Patricia Lyons |

Bath With a Current Look Has a Classic Feel

A master bedroom addition makes room for a graceful bath that fuses old and new

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Corner shower shelf

Bathroom Makeover on a Budget

Expert tips that add up to big savings on your next bath remodel