Today, a shower niche is a design consideration in almost every new bathroom or bathroom remodel. The niche is an inset in the wall within the tile area. A great product is a one-piece plastic mold with a nailing flange. The unit recesses into the wall cavity and is fastened to the wall studs. A cement wall board is typically used to cover the walls inside the tub and shower area. Then tile is glued to the wall board and also placed inside of the shower niche mold. Because of the tight area, and as an accent, a smaller sized complimentary tile is often designated for the niche.
The shower pictured was a part of a bathroom remodeling project completed by ProSkill Construction of Middlesex County, New Jersey. The shower features two niches that are finished with glass tiles inside, matching the feature strip of the walls. You may also notice that the wall tile is turned around the border of the niche creating a picture framed effect.
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